WHAT IS EDI (ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE)?
Monday, September 15, 2014Global Administrator
You’ve heard the term EDI bandied around and you probably know that it’s a method of sending and receiving documents from other companies. From the 50,000 foot view EDI is a regulated and pre-defined method that enables trading partners who have a business relationship, say a customer and vendor, to exchange their usual business documents. The documents could be anything from Orders and Invoices, Shipping Requests, Advanced Shipping Notices, Credit, Remittances, etc. It sounds very Retail/Manufacturing related, but there are standardized sets of documents that cover all industries, such as Pharma, Healthcare, Manufacturing etc. Hence, there’s very likely an EDI document for any transaction you may encounter within your ERP or accounting system or Warehouse Management System.
UNDERSTANDING EBRIDGE TRANSLATIONS
Tuesday, September 9, 2014Global Administrator
Do you require Country, State, or Province codes to be translated when being sent from your accounting package or ERP to your eCommerce storefront? Are unwanted characters (@&!*;) appearing in your ERP? Do you need to match the item codes on your eCommerce storefront with the item codes in your ERP?
If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then you have come to the right place. All of these issues can be resolved through your data integration with the proper set-up and management of eBridge translations.
TOP 5 REASONS WHY BUSINESSES SELECT EBRIDGE CONNECTIONS AS THEIR ECOMMERCE – ERP INTEGRATION SOLUTION PROVIDER
Wednesday, August 20, 2014Global Administrator
Businesses worldwide are investing heavily in developing and maintaining eCommerce properties and managing their finances using back-office (accounting / ERP) software systems. Surely before selecting which eCommerce platform and ERP are ideal for their business they are doing their homework and evaluating the different options available.
5 CHALLENGES A GROWING ECOMMERCE BUSINESS WILL FACE WITHOUT ACCOUNTING INTEGRATION
Thursday, July 17, 2014Global Administrator
To be competitive in today’s eCommerce market it is essential for businesses to be quick, responsive and accurate when a customer makes a transaction. This can be very difficult when your eCommerce store or marketplace is not integrated with your accounting system or ERP.