of the world’s retail organizations are using EDI-based electronic documents and are saving around 650 million dollars every year.
While the Retail industry stands as the best example of embracing EDI adoption over the past four decades, pressure on worldwide supply chains has increased pressure on the broader distribution sector to increase efficiency and scaling capabilities to meet competitive pressure. players has many wondering which way to move. Many firms with large customer bases or supply chains are facing significant EDI implementation challenges;
they can’t onboard partners fast enough and can’t adjust to new demands nimbly enough.
Closed proprietary systems prevent access to data in common reporting tools – which makes it much more complicated to adjust when crises strike.
Combined with the pressure to jump right to new API-driven B2B interaction models from leading
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