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EDI and Integration Planning

EDI Logistics Workflow Process

Posted by Brooke Lester on Sep 7, 2022 2:55 PM

When it comes to logistics operations, the quick, accurate transfer and receipt of order- and shipment-related data is vital to business success. For many trading companies, electronic data interchange (EDI) is necessary. By enabling fast, accurate data transmission between business partners, EDI boosts the workflow of entities all along the supply chain, saving companies time, effort and money.

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Making Sense of the Alphabet Soup of EDI, EFT, FEDI, and ACH

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jul 7, 2022 11:25 AM

When it comes to electronic payments, there is a virtual alphabet soup: EDI, EFT, FEDI, and ACH. What do they stand for? Are they interchangeable?

EDI, FEDI, EFT, and ACH are not the same. This post clarifies the similarities and differences between them. Here are the details.

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Financial EDI: The Quick Guide

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jul 7, 2022 10:15 AM

In today’s highly globalized world, businesses and even governments need a fast and simple way to transmit payments to one another. What is the solution? The answer is financial EDI.

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EDI and Inventory Management

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jun 8, 2022 1:21 PM

Thanks to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), business communication in inventory management is now faster, more accurate and more efficient than in years past. While EDI for inventory management has been in existence for decades, it has undergone significant transformation since its inception–and the pace of its evolution only continues to increase.

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EDI for Freight Forwarders

Posted by Brooke Lester on May 25, 2022 2:22 PM

The shipping industry is an intricate web of logistics companies, port operators, and customs offices. Every party has a role to play in getting goods from one point of the world to another. Successful freight operations require forwarders to coordinate with everyone along the chain and meet their specific requirements, regardless of systems and procedure variations between partners.

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