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A System, Simplifying Communication with Business Partners: EDI

To maintain business continuity is to be in control when things get out of hand. Of course, no company has authority over the outside world, thus it cannot prevent events such as economic crises from happening. What any company can do, however, is to prepare itself for such occurrences. By automating its core business processes, optimizing the work of its employees, and protecting sensitive data effectively, the company can stay in control of its operations, making sure that it will continue to be profitable - even if the world has gone off the rails.


Fortunately, there are IT solutions that can help various professionals keep their businesses in top condition, more particularly the EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) systems, that is platforms for sending and receiving information stored in a digital form. Because of their practicality, electronic data interchange has now become a global standard – both in business and technological terms. As a consequence, it is difficult to imagine a prosperous company NOT using an EDI solution these days, especially that we, as members of the business environment, are all so interconnected.


The list of benefits resulting from putting an EDI system to work is too long to be incorporated in an E-Book introduction, but it includes reduced operational costs, higher data accuracy, fewer IT resources needed, and easy access to historical records. We will cover these and other EDI advantages in more detail in the following chapters of this document. But not only that.


Due to the ongoing digital revolution, today's EDI systems are now cloud-driven. Hence they ensure even lower operating costs, no implementation process, technical support provided by the cloud vendor, and instant access from anywhere in the world.

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