Just like your integration department; only faster, economical and non-breakable.

EDI means “Electronic Data Interchange”. It is a method for transferring data between different computer systems or networks. It is commonly used by many companies for integration purposes, such as sending orders, despatch advises, etc. It is more than an e-mail; for instance, organizations might replace bills of lading, even cheques with appropriate EDI messages. It also refers specifically to a family of standards.

Cutting costs, enhancing trading partner relationships, streamlining operations…all of these improvements are the goals of virtually every business. That’s why so many industries, such as automotive, retail, finance and logistics have adopted the use of EDI as a standard business practice.

Supported Communication Protocols

AS2
OFTP
OFTP2
web servis
ISDN
ENX
FTP
X400

Some Major EDI Standarts

EDIFACT
TRADACOMS
VDA
ANSI
ebXML
IDOC
CSV
TXT






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