- Suppliers must often build point-to-point integration environments, which is a tedious and time-consuming process.
- Traditionally, EDI data files are sent via communication channels, like a value-added network (VAN). However, data isn’t validated until the receiving party picks it up, which can take hours or days to resolve.
- EDI data may not be encrypted when it moves through communication protocols like a file transfer protocol (FTP) or value-added network (VAN).
Orderful’s EDI software is a modern solution to these drawbacks, giving suppliers more control and visibility into their supply chain transactions. By moving your data into a single API, you can programmatically control your EDI data.
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