Web EDI Solutions are designed to exchange a small number of EDI messages through specific web forms.
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In terms of cost and speed of implementation, non-integrated solutions are the best alternative for getting started in EDI communications when there is not an excessive volume of documents to be exchanged.
These solutions provide the user with a web environment to fully manage all the electronic messages exchanged with their business partners.
The construction of the various EDI messages is based on online forms that allow them to be composed quickly and intuitively. In this way, the data that form documents such as invoices or shipping notifications are entered manually. The EDI software then translates them into the standard expected by the recipient. It also processes them through the required communication protocol to ensure that they reach the recipient as expected.
Such solutions can, in practice, be complete EDI tools with which to manage any transaction. However, because they are non-integrated solutions, they are not recommended for EDI projects involving high document volumes or multiple business partners. For these cases, it would be more advisable to consider an integrated solution adapted to the characteristics and volume of the messages to be exchanged.
What features should a Web EDI Solution have?
It must be able to manage EDI documents in multiple standards such as EDIFACT or X12.
It must have the appropriate tools to monitor and correct incidents or errors in the messages managed through them.
It must have the required validation mechanisms to guarantee that the registered messages have the minimum data that the EDI message must contain, according to the rules of mandatory fields required in the different standards.
The information recorded must be expressed in the units of measurement and with the limitations required according to the nature of each document.