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November 19, 2020

The era of digitization has seen a tremendous change in almost all the business platforms and especially in supply chain. The shift from heavy paper documentation to the paper-less work is one of the major reasons to accelerate the rate of transaction growth between various business partners and partner systems. The emergence of Electronic Data...

October 28, 2020

Electronic Data Interchange or EDI is the most advanced way to interchange the data between the business partners. The exchange of data between buyer and supplier, usually consist of purchase orders, invoices, shipping documents, payment receipts, and other related documents. With the advanced facility of EDI, the ease of virtual connectivity between the businesses has...

October 5, 2020

How EDI is Shape Shifting Your Legacy Systems Communication and data transfers are no longer elective activities for a business in both B2B and B2C models. And Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) plays a significant role in establishing viable communications. Organizations that stay up-to-date in this regard achieve greater success. EDI has been around for a...

September 24, 2020

Orders, invoices, catalogues, instructions, sales reports, quotations, and more – the list of documents required in logistics management is endless. Logistics and supply chain is heavily reliant on documents for transactions and communications. But this increased paperwork translates to the increased expenditure of time, money, and resources. And don’t forget the risk of errors. Electronic...

August 11, 2020

Electronic Data Interchange was not born yesterday. It has been around for decades, and in spite of several developments and revolutions, EDI has remained a pillar in the realm of B2B communications and collaborations. And as new technologies develop, it is critical to reevaluate the role of electronic data interchange in the supply chain. Let's take a look at how EDI is changing the B2B landscape, along with some EDI trends for 2020 and beyond.