Electronic Data Interchange
the process of sending and receiving electronic business documents between
companies, securely. In 2019, hundreds of thousands of companies use EDI
as a means of improving their internal business processing efficiency with
their supply chain partners. Many companies require their business partners to
have EDI capability and to be compliant with EDI standards.
Today EDI integration is critical to meeting customer demands, improving
employee efficiency, and streamlining the delivery of goods and services. If
your organization is not currently using EDI, you are behind. And, why wouldn’t a
business use EDI?
The fact is, EDI solutions are designed to add security
to your business by allowing only strict access to data by authorized users.
EDI also allows companies to share data securely across many communication
protocols and security standards, resulting in the ability to ensure compliance
with mandates in global business. Not only does this protect proprietary business
information, it also speeds up the process of sharing necessary company
documents in order to do business.
By choosing to add EDI to
your business, companies are then able to execute workflows that reduce costs,
reduce processing error rates and increase the ability to complete business
transactions for a fraction of the cost related to manual transmissions. This
is in part due to eliminating the need for printing, reproduction, storage,
postage and more. A streamlined documentation process helps global
organizations comply with EDI standards, which in turn allows companies to
avoid fines due to SLA violations and delays.
How Can I Add EDI to My Business?
Adding EDI to your business is as easy as finding an EDI integration
a technology company that is dedicated to increasing EDI
and reducing the cost of doing business electronically.
Inc. has created seamless connections between trading partners allowing your
company’s team to share shipping, receiving, and billing information in a
secure, effective and cost-efficient manner for every EDI account.
an EDI third
party provider, Integration, Inc. will support your EDI requirements. This means
your company will not need to make an up-front capital investment in
hardware, software or Value-Added Network (VAN) services. As a result, your
business will receive an excellent cost-savings opportunity. We make complying
with EDI requirements easy to understand – Integration, Inc. handles
Areas of My Business Will Benefit Most from EDI?
Hopefully you are now ready to add EDI
to your business, if not, consider our previous posts regarding the important
of EDI for business: