Supporting Real-time Logistics Industry Collaboration with a Modern EDI Platform

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has become very popular in the logistics and transportation industry as companies and their trading partners adapt their systems to support electronic document
exchange. The volume of EDI transactions has increased by about 10% in the past year, to more than 15 million daily transactions and growing..
Despite this dominant position, EDI platforms have some drawbacks, such as:
• Lack of real-time integration
• Failure to include all business processes
• Data security issues
• Limited flexibility
• Limited trading partner engagements
• Support for document integration, but not process integration

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