Reduce operational costs of a transaction by at least 35%
Improves data quality by up to 40%
Increase the speed with which the order-collection cycle takes place by at least 20%
Accelerate B2B information and business flows by up to 61%
Source: Ken Vollmer. Forrester, “The Future of EDI.”
EDI minimizes the costs associated with paper, printing, storing, archiving, shipping and retrieving documents resulting from business relationships between business partners.
By using EDI, you significantly shorten the processing and order fulfilment times, which helps you maintain a good relationship with any business partners.
The fact that data exchange takes place automatically between suppliers and stores shortens supply times and optimizes the turnover rate of stocks and storage costs.
EDI is a common language for businesses everywhere so you can collaborate with partners anywhere in the world. Manufacturers and large retailers use EDI in relation to their partners.
Gone are the problems with incorrect orders taken over the phone, hard-to-understand handwritten documents, typos, emails, documents, and faxes that don’t arrive on time.
Automation helps employees to do more in less time and helps them focus on the things that bring more value.
Prompt and accurate document processing considerable reduces the percentage of cancelled orders. By using EDI, you significantly shorten the processing and fulfilment times of your orders.
EDI helps companies show that they are interested in sustainability and environmental responsibility by replacing paper documents with digital alternatives.
EDI reduces the order-collection cycle by automating the sending of data directly between the ERP management systems of the customer and the supplier without any other human intervention.
The interconnection of EDI with the ERP system ensures accuracy in taking over and monitoring orders, but also in managing all the documents related to an order, all in real-time.
EDI technology can be customized to meet your automatic data and document transfer needs between the company you represent and your business partners.
The electronic transfer of documents and data is secured, and users can access it by entering their password and username.
But don’t just listen to us, see …
For us, EDI was an eliminatory criterion when we chose Transart ERP. A large part of Gecsat's sales is done by large retailers (IKA) in construction and DIY materials: Dedeman, Leroy Merlin, Hornbach ... The implementation of EDI lasted about a week, and the impact of EDI automation is significant on the operational side. This allowed us to double our revenues on this sales channel while reducing by a quarter the staff that previously handled the operation of orders in EDI platforms. We have eliminated errors in the processing of orders and related documents through EDI. I can say that we are very pleased with the relationship with Transart, especially with the impact of implementing EDI in our business.