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Processing high numbers of orders, order confirmations, delivery notes and invoices creates a huge amount of work. An electronic data interchange (EDI) system enables you to automate tasks, reduce your workload, improves quality, and allows data to be available immediately.

Every day, a huge number of documents are exchanged between manufacturers, retailers and end customers – from orders to order confirmations, delivery notes and invoices. Furthermore, many different formats are used to do this: Word, Excel and PDF files as well as traditional paper documents and faxes. Processing all of these documents and correctly inputting them into your ERP system often involves a immense amount of work and is subject to errors.

Automated processing and convenient handling

Are you a manufacturer or retailer who wants to reduce the amount of work involved in processing orders, order confirmations, delivery notes and invoices while also improving the quality? Then you should set up an electronic data interchange (EDI) system that enables you to automate and alleviate your team from all these manual tasks.

Following this advice will not only vastly reduce your workload and costs, but also provide greater convenience for your business partners, therefore, strengthening their loyalty.

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