Benefits of EDI

The number of benefits of EDI is endless.  Here are our favourites

Reduced resources

Processing invoices

Processing invoices cost a lot of time and money. 

Staff 

Re-allocate the staff needed for data entry and processing

Stationary

Save on paper, stamps, storage, and all costs associated with outgoing mailing

External benefits

Enhanced trading relationships

Happier trading partners as payments and orders are automated

Faster turnaround times

Receive orders and payments in shorter timeframes helping cash flow

Happier customers 

Help your customers with the products they need in a faster turnaround time

Internal benefits

Enhanced productivity

No more spending time on manual data entry and finding documents to recover issues

Happier staff

Your staff no longer have to manually process invoices 

Smarter decision making

With a full data history, you can make smart decisions based on your history. 

Fewer errors

No more data entry

Data entry is time-consuming and error-prone due to the strenuous nature

Misplaced documents

Documents unexpectedly disappear but not with EDI as there is a full data history

Human error

Everyone makes mistakes, reduce these with automated processes

Why does your business need EDI?

Martin Eley discusses more

 
 

How does EDI work?


The goal of EDI is to reduce unnecessary manual processes with automated procedures as seen below

How does EDI work?

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