Company: Liaison Technologies
| Category: Document Management
| Published: November 2012
There are three ways in which conventional electronic data interchange (EDI) falls short in today's realtime business world
1) Static document exchange, such as sending and receiving purchase orders is no longer enough. Realtime interactions, such as checking inventory are not supported by traditional EDI does not support.
2) There are many standards, but not interoperability. the myriad applications, data formats or protocols companies have to deal with today are not well supported
3) Document integration, but not process integration: Traditional EDI only manages documents and not the associated processes.
This paper explores the latest developments in EDI have overcome these shortcomings, with benefits for the entire supply chain.
Rating: + 8
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