If you are looking into getting into business with large retailers like Sears, Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, HBC, Amazon, etc., then you will most certainly require EDI. Nowadays, most large retailers demand that their Trading Partners exchange all documents, like Purchase Orders, Invoices, ASNs, electronically [EDI]. This may seem like such a hassle at first but once you find the right EDI Provider (at the right price), it’ll all become quite easy and quick. (To know what’s involved in the setup of EDI accounts by EDI Providers, read this article.) Read more
What is EDI “as a Service”? At Namtek Consulting Services, we have been providing a service called EDI2XML Translation Service. As many already know, EDI requires expertise and knowledge in the field; not any IT professional can handle a full EDI project. This often makes it difficult when businesses are told by suppliers or retailers […]
EDI Communication, a method of electronically exchanging business documents, like Purchase Orders and Invoices, between Trading Partners, has been very much in demand for manufacturers, retailers, suppliers, etc. in recent years…and for good reason! [Read the top benefits of EDI]
So, you’ve recently been looking into doing business with a large retailer but they require you to exchange POs, Invoices, ASNs via EDI? Debating whether or not to bring EDI into your business by 2016? Read more
Take a look at today’s Infographic that goes on to briefly describe how companies can get started using EDI Communication with their customers/suppliers/partners.
Every company needs to analyze their EDI requirements first and foremost to determine which solution or service will be needed to easily and securely exchange documents with their Trading Partners. To learn more about EDI Communication, visit EDI2XML. Read more
Businesses are constantly exchanging documents like invoices, purchase orders, advance ship notices, acknowledgements, etc. Many small and mid-size companies tend to still exchange these important documents via email, fax and even mail. Unfortunately, these methods take more effort and time to get to the business partner – which means that orders will be processed later and payments will take longer.
In today’s business world, everything is so fast-paced and competition is fierce. Customers and business partners demand the very best, in the shortest amount of time. It can get tricky for small businesses that may not be well equipped to compete with these larger players and provide the best service for their customers and business partners as everything is still done manually. This is where EDI communication comes in Read more
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