Yes. Factors such as efficiency and cost savings have favoured the expansion of EDI applications from B2G to B2B and B2C environments. Beyond complying with the law, EDI has proven a key tool in many sectors, such as healthcare, retail, automotive and logistics, which communicate with their partners and have seen their management processes optimised. An EDI project has the power to grow and adapt to the needs of a company. On many occasions, the need arises to comply with the law.
One of the great advantages of EDI technology is its scalability. An EDI project can be rolled out progressively, in line the needs of the company. It is therefore important to establish objectives and priorities so that EDI is in line with your business plan. Although EDI is based on what is most important, companies must continue meeting other objectives that drive competitiveness.