Types of EDI Solutions

EDI Solutions

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a system with a firm foothold in major sectors such as health, retail, logistics and the car industry and is today the most common communication standard between enterprises for the integration of partner information systems in B2B environments.

Its ability to integrate different companies, and the enormous benefits afforded by taking electronic data interchange automatic, has boosted the development of different solutions adapted to business particularities.

Its solutions adapt to the size of each organisation, technological capability or technology sector so that any business can leverage EDI to integrate with its trading partners.

Most commonly used EDI solutions

SaaS EDI

EDI service mode platforms implement software in a remote environment administered by a provider. All a company needs is an internet connection and web browser for users to access the electronic data interchange tools where the integrated EDI solution can be configured and monitored.

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Inhouse EDI

Inhouse solutions entail installation in a user’s facilities of the hardware, software and, in general, other IT infrastructure to implement an electronic data interchange solution.

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Web EDI

This involves basic services to implement EDI projects with a minimum investment and receive EDI message via web forms which are also used to generate and manually send the transactions issued by the user of this type of solution.

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Outsourcing EDI

This is a managed services outsourcing model which involves delegating to a third party all the tasks required to configure, monitor and keep a customer’s data integration solution up to date. This means the user will not have to access the EDI platform as it is the service provider who is responsible for the tasks required to ensure optimal operation.

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