The virtual exchange of data or business documents in electronic format between trading partners is known as electronic data interchange or EDI.
This document exchange, which typically takes place between a buyer and a supplier, involves the transfer of purchase orders, invoices, payments, shipping notifications, and a variety of other documents. By its very nature, this exchange eliminates paper trails, boosts operational effectiveness, and facilitates virtual interactions with new trading partners.
Any company can virtually communicate with another organization anywhere in the world using EDI without having to deal with waiting periods or predicting future procedures.
But how can you integrate this solution with your NetSuite Instance?
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