7 Reasons to Modernise
Your EDI Software

Electronic data interchange (EDI) remains an essential technology for ecommerce and partner networks.

It is a requirement for doing business with some of the world’s largest retailers, and it continues to play a vital role in industries such as manufacturing, financial services and healthcare.

EDI is also a proven and trusted technology. Originally designed to work across the slow networks of the last century, EDI protocols are remarkably compact and efficient. Through this efficiency EDI is able to run relatively simple communication systems that deliver exponential savings compared to paper-based processes for shipping and receiving.

But traditional EDI systems have significant shortcomings. Many use antiquated middleware running on-premise. These systems usually lack built-in scalability, fail-over support and, critically, APIs for integration.

Traditional EDI systems were simply not made for today’s fast-paced, cloud-centric business environment. At a time when enterprises of all sizes are adopting cloud-first initiatives and looking for ways to promote agility and efficiency, sticking with old EDI products holds back your business.

Fortunately, today’s enterprises have choices about how they implement and upgrade EDI networks.

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