Digitalise orders, invoices, shipping notifications and more by connecting to the EDT Client Hub
EDI is essentially moving data from point to point, connecting to a variety of end points and managing various formats. Managing this process in-house can be cumbersome and costly.
Organisations can automate supply chain exchanges by connecting to the EDT Client Hub, helping to optimise performance, eliminate errors and enabling the sharing, tracking and visibility of document status in real time ensuring industry and regulatory compliance.
EDT is committed to remaining agnostic for our clients to connect digitally to any partner or platform and transfer any format of data. The EDT Client Hub offers connectivity to all worldwide VAN’s, national & governmental invoice archiving platforms and accessible back office systems.
The flexible EDI BCP™ solution enables all stakeholders to optimise supply chain and financial processes resulting in streamlined business operations, reduced cost, improved relationships and increased performance.
Efficiently manage the sending and receiving of purchase orders, delivery notes, invoices and more
Align supply chain data across ecosystems with catalogue methodology to ensure pricing and product data is harmonised
Manage all supply chain and financial processes from a single solution
Accelerate the onboarding of trading partners
Ensure tax and financial audits are reliable and compliant
Single view of Truth
Consultation regarding the precise details of all data exchanges
Onboard any trading partner, even if they do not have any existing EDI capability
Match and view the association between orders, delivery notes and corresponding invoices
Visualise and display documents in PDF readable format for each transaction exchanged within ecosystems
Administration of EDI translator tables
Configurable search criteria and document display to suit businesses needs
Contact our Sales team to get a demonstration of our BCP™ tool and find out how to improve the visibility, in real time, of data exchanges