What is EDI Compliance?
What is the meaning of EDI compliance?
The ability to electronically exchange business documents like purchase orders, invoices and advanced ship notices that fully meet all of your customers EDI data requirements and business rules means you are EDI compliant. EDI compliance requires that you install and maintain or choose to outsource the following components. Mapping and translation software to interpret EDI documents, testing of maps with each customer for all EDI transaction types, EDI communication capability including software, a value-added Network, usually referred to as a van and AS2 or FTP transmission capability as required by various partners, mail boxing of transactions, computer hardware and peripherals, personnel training on all of these components, security monitoring, backups and redundant power.
As your business grows, you may need software interfaces to integrate EDI transactions with your accounting, back office, warehouse or 3PL systems. Many small businesses do not wanna spend the time and money required to become EDI compliant on their own, instead thousands of small businesses rely on CovalentWorks affordable turnkey solutions. Everything in the previous list that you need to become EDI compliant is included and it is all web-based and is easy to use. Your cost and effort are minimized because CovalentWorks turnkey solution includes all EDI setup, mapping, translation and testing, EDI communication with your partners, access via the web to all of the required capabilities so you do not have to buy or install software or hardware, no new staffing, no lengthy contracts, no annual fees, free EDI training, free upgrades and updates to new EDI versions required by your partners, and optional interfaces can be added at any time to your accounting, back office warehouse or 3PL systems.
CovalentWorks advanced implementation processes have completed more than 5000 EDI projects since 1999. Any EDI trading partner you need can be supported. All you need is an internet connection.
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