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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. 

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In a decentralized and global scenario, exports and imports have intensified sales and growth for a plethora of companies. The business world runs on products and services conceived outside of their territory. 

With the development of communications and logistics, a product produced in a business ecosystem can trigger disruption across others.

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For quite long, EDI solutions have been leveraged by a wide variety of industries, including retail, manufacturing, finance, healthcare, and more to streamline business transactions and provide strategic value in terms of revenue and brand image. 

Initially employed in the early 1970s, EDI served as the de facto standard for electronic data exchange across supply chains.

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Electronic data interchange (EDI) enables business users to homogenize diverse structures of identical datasets (such as orders, delivery notes, invoices, inventories, price catalogs, etc.,) to speed up digital transactions with minimum error, at maximum speed, with the lowest cost.