SAP EDI (electronic data interchange) is a powerful tool for streamlining business process automation. With full SAP integration, EDI enables businesses to reduce manual data entry, improve data accuracy, and reduce costs associated with exchanging business documents. We help businesses maximize the value of their EDI investments by providing the necessary guidance and expertise for successful project implementations.
We offer an end-to-end EDI consultancy service, with our expert integration team working with you to make sure your business can easily interface with other companies using EDI. We have extensive experience in process re-engineering and streamlining technology, which we can bring to bear on your business to improve operational efficiency, reduce costs and enable growth.
Our consultants have vast experience in implementing integration solutions with a number of different EDI standards and systems including X12, UN/EDIFACT, HL7 and other custom solutions. We also offer a range of managed services including ongoing support and maintenance, software development, testing and training
If your business has already implemented an EDI system but isn't getting the results it needs from it, our consultants can help you to improve efficiency and reduce costs by optimising your current system or migrating to a new one altogether.
We understand that every company has its own unique challenges and requirements, which is why we tailor our consultancy services accordingly. Our consultants have extensive knowledge in all aspects of EDI – from technical integration to business process mapping and change management. We will work with you to develop a solution that meets your needs and fits within your budget.
As MDP Group, we have experience in many EDI document standards. We are happy to support end-to-end EDI projects of many businesses in Europe.
EDI is a format used for B2B data transfer. It is a standardized way for companies to send and receive business documents electronically, such as purchase orders and invoices. It also allows businesses to send and receive other types of data, including documents related to orders, shipments, payments and more.
EDI transactions involve the sending and receiving of messages between trading partners over electronic channels. The messages are typically sent via computer systems and contain information such as purchase orders, invoices, shipping notices and payment confirmations.
EDI is often used by businesses in industries such as manufacturing and logistics to automate their order processing and supply chain management processes.
Today, EDI has become an essential tool for many businesses because it allows companies to transmit data quickly without having to rely on fax machines or other outdated technologies.
The main advantage of using EDI over paper documents is that it reduces errors and allows businesses to communicate more clearly with each other. For example, when a supplier sends a purchase order to a buyer through paper mail or fax, there is no way for the buyer to check whether the information on the purchase order was entered correctly by the supplier. With EDI, however, both parties can check whether the information on the purchase order was entered correctly by looking at their computer screens or printouts of their computer screens.
The most commonly used EDI document standards are as follows:
While the above standards are widely used in certain industries, there are also different EDI document formats according to the needs of businesses. EDI standards contain guidelines that define the data format, fields, codes and transmission of messages in B2B.
The relationship between SAP and EDI is as follows:
SAP is eligible to support many standards where EDI is used for data exchange. With EDI integration, companies using SAP convert the documents created in SAP systems (invoice, order, shipment notification, etc.) into EDI format and transmit the documents to their recipients. Likewise, EDI documents received from business partners are integrated into the SAP system and processed.
SAP and EDI integration automates business processes and enables automatic data transfer between systems instead of manual data entry and document exchange. EDI automation also prevents potential human errors in document transfer processes. For this reason, SAP EDI integration is critical for businesses.
MDP performs EDI integrations of SAP companies seamlessly with its hundreds of prebuilt EDI integration packages.
Since 2013, we have successfully implemented more than 1100 projects for more than 450 businesses in 5 continents. Contact us to get information about our solution and consultancy services.
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