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Bridging technology gaps between your partners

Technologies advances every day and it improves the way we used to do things. This also add to the variety and complexity of using the “right” technology to do the right job. We’ve never have to deal with so many different types of IT systems (ERP, CRM, POS, DB, Accounting software …etc) and the variety is still increasing exponentially.


Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the electronic interchange of business information using a standardized format( e.g. ANSI X12, UNEDIFACT, TRADACOMS …etc.); a process which allows one company to send information to another company electronically rather than with paper.

Most business documents can be exchanged using EDI. It replaces the mail preparation/handling, faxes, telephone and email communications with traditional business communication. By standardizing the information communicated in business documents, EDI makes it possible for a direct machine to machine interface thereby producing a "paperless" exchange.

The most common documents exchanged via EDI are purchase orders, invoices and advance ship notices. But there are many, many others such as bill of lading, customs documents, inventory documents, shipping status documents and payment documents.

We offer you an simple to use cloud solution to shield you away from all the complexity of EDI so that you can focus on your main core competency. Contact us today and let us take care of all your EDI requirements.

B2B Automation

Many companies automate their order management process because they see great productivity gain in eliminating the repetitive and uninspiring manual work. As more and more companies adopt this strategy to improve their competitive edge, it increase the demand and complexity of systems integration.

Today, EDI is still one of the more popular methods of B2B business transactions exchange because it’s been around for a very long time. Within EDI there are many sub-categories that are spearheaded by various organizations or industries. E.g. ANSI X12, UN/EDIFACT, EANCOM, Tradcoms, VDA, HIPPA, RosettaNet …etc. Some of these standards are similar in syntax while others bears no resemblance at all. Beside EDI there are companies that uses their own propriety formats like Excel, PDF, CSV, Text file, Fax…etc.

Although it’s good to be able to understand how these all standards works, but is this really your core business competency? Can you afford the time to continuously learn these new standards requirements as more and more of your business partners request them to be implemented?

We offer you an simple to use cloud solution to shield you away from all these technological requirements and changes so that you can focus on your main core competency. Contact us today and let us take care of all your B2B automation requirements.


Electronic invoicing (e-Invoicing) is the exchange of the invoice document between a supplier and a buyer in an electronic format. Traditional, invoicing is a heavily paper-based process, which is manually intensive and prone to human error resulting in increased costs and loss of revenues.

Some of the main responsibility of the accounts receivable department include preparing, verifying, and processing invoices for payment. Receive and correlate invoices and requisitions for goods and services. Following up with vendor for discrepancy or late payment…etc.

An e-invoice can be defined as structured invoice data issued in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) or XML formats, or other mutually agreed electronic document format.[3] These documents can be exchanged in a number of ways including EDI, XML, PDF, or CSV files. They can be uploaded using emails, virtual printers, web applications, or FTP sites. This streamlines the filing process while positively impacting sustainability efforts.

Most companies create invoices using a computer system, print a paper copy of the invoice and mail it to the customer. Upon receipt, the customer frequently marks up the invoice and enters it into its own computer system. The entire process is nothing more than the transfer of information from the seller's computer to the customer's computer. e-Invoicing makes it possible to minimize or even eliminate the manual steps involved in this transfer.

We offer you an simple to use cloud solution to significantly reduce cost and increase productivity by removing the manual/paper processing from your invoicing, the maximum benefits of e-Invoicing come with the level of integration between you and your trading partners and between your invoicing software and other business systems.