When you’re setting up EDI or trying to improve the EDI you already have, it’s important to have access to people who know EDI inside and out. The process of hiring the right people can feel daunting, especially if you’re personally not an EDI expert. After all, making the wrong decision can be a costly
In the world of EDI, there are a variety of systems companies can use to exchange documents with each other. As you set up an EDI system, you might wonder if you need to have the same software as your trading partners to do business with them. The answer to this question is no. If
When you’re in charge of a business, it’s always important to reliably exchange documents with other organizations. There are a variety of ways to go about doing this. For example, as your business grows, you might start to hear about something called EDI. Perhaps one of your trading partners needs you to set up EDI
There are many benefits to exchanging documents through EDI, including greater efficiency and reduced errors. However, there is the question of who exactly should host your EDI system. Should you own a system yourself, or hand it over to a third party? In this article, we’ll examine the pros and cons of each option. .
If you are an EDI trading partner for Kroger, this is just a reminder that a new Kroger Marketplace Store # 16907 will be operational on December 12th, 2014. You may be receiving this store location in the SDQ segment of the purchase order. You will be required to add this store location to your