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In the ever-evolving landscape of global commerce, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) continues to be a cornerstone of business-to-business (B2B) communications. However, the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) and digital transformation technologies has revolutionized EDI, making it more efficient, reliable, and adaptable to the dynamic needs of modern supply chains.

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 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) remains fundamental to effectively run almost any business. And with the advent of cloud and multi-enterprise ecosystems, its implementation has become even more significant. 

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) implementation refers to the process by which an EDI solution or service is deployed in order to make a business capable of driving EDI transmissions across its trading partner ecosystem. 

Additionally, EDI implementation can also refer to the process of creating individual partner relationships and becoming EDI-compliant.

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EDI, Electronic Data Interchange, solutions automate common intercompany business processes that take place between you and your partners or customers. By reducing the amount of manual work required, they simplify the transmission of information for purchasing, order processing, invoicing, shipping notices, and ultimately creating cost savings and efficiencies. 

There are multiple common terms in EDI solutions that overlap in illustrating EDI processes. 

Let’s explore each:

  • EDI Mapping: EDI Mapping solutions convert standardized forms of EDI into a format that fits the new technical environment.