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EDI is a system or method for exchanging business documents
with external entities.
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) enables fast, accurate and reliable exchange of data between the computer systems of organizations that do business together.
This brief video explains how EDI works and how it has developed over time.
For companies of any size, implementing EDI is necessary for maximum competitiveness and growth. It reduces costs and improves operational performance across your organization. From the start, EDI accelerates data exchange and sharpens accuracy. Your company and your customers benefit from streamlined administration, improved information flow, more accurate accounting, better inventory management, and lower costs. Because electronic transactions are so efficient, customers that use EDI prefer to work with vendors that have EDI systems in place.
From financial, operational, and technical perspectives, the right EDI solution makes irrefutable business sense.
You don’t have to be an EDI expert or tech wizard to expect fast, easy installation and reliable performance going forward. TrueCommerce takes the pain out of EDI implementation by delivering easy-to-use, robust and affordable EDI solutions and the industry’s most responsive and knowledgeable support and maintenance teams.
Automating business processes all but eliminates data entry, so companies can electronically send and receive business documents like purchase orders and invoices – the most common electronically communicated items – using EDI transaction codes.
A complete system for exchanging electronic transactions consists of four elements, preferably in an end-to-end solution from a single vendor.