Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) systems have been neglected by most businesses as it runs in the background, and we assume that it is working effectively. In the new decade, the focus of CIOs and IT heads is swiftly shifting towards automated and digitally tracked transactions. Due to this, implementation and well-structured maintenance of EDI systems have become a priority to ensure operational efficiency. Mapping and integrating EDI to IBM i/AS400 applications can be complex at times, and with a lack of EDI experience, enterprises need to onboard experts to avoid delays and cost overruns.
Here are a few things that you might have in mind.
Need to keep scaling the scope of your EDI to handle changing EDI protocols
Inconsistency in the system’s data would cause issues in EDI operations
Lack of EDI experts who can implement and maintain the system
Owning the EDI infrastructure requires substantial financial resources
Challenging when all partners have not yet upgraded to EDI
Stay prepared for the future.
Develop EDI strategy
Refine current landscape
Propose the right EDI tools
Plan potential architecture
Create audit plan
Review current processes
Assess EDI data errors
Check integration backlog
Setup and planning
Testing and deployment
Support and fixes
Fixes and enhancements
With streamlined and efficient operations
Manual tasks are drastically reduced or even eliminated
EDI documents are sent and received in seconds
Standardized information exchange ensures accuracy
Manage more value-adding tasks with lesser manpower
Track digital footprints of the shared EDI documents
Efficient operations improve experience of the customer
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