Today EDI accounts for 78% of all B2B electronic transactions and seven trillion in annual sales.1 EDI is the largest single B2B electronic sales channel. EDI handles 45% of all B2B sales in all channels.
Why do industries in all sectors trust EDI for their most important supply chain and revenue cycle communications?
EDI technology is secure. EDI reduces data errors and fines from late, or inaccurate shipments. EDI also increases the speed and efficiency of revenue cycle processes. Bottom line, the companies with an EDI system are easier to do business with.
Check out these examples of customers who trust their EDI needs to Remedi.1. Digital Commerce 360, The 2021 B2B eCommerce Market Report
Replacing File-Based FTP with an API for Advance Shipment Notices
Situation: Remedi’s customer, a global manufacturer of original and aftermarket automotive power solutions, received notice from a large customer requiring all suppliers supplies replace their file based FTP integration with an API for Advance Shipment Notices (ASN).
Solution: Thanks to having Sterling B2B Integrator, IBM’s robust middleware integration software package, further extended and enhanced by the Remedi Framework visibility tool already deployed, the supplier easily and quickly supported the new requirement.
Impact on Business: By using an established platform already tightly integrated with downstream systems, Remedi’s customer met the EDI replacement requirement well before the compliance deadline while incurring no additional software licensing or costs.