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"Upcoming Webinar: Challenges in EDI and 21st Century Connectivity"

About the webinar

Since the early 1990’s when EDI started to become mainstream, technologies and methodologies adopted across the enterprise have evolved tremendously. What we will discuss in this webinar is why EDI hasn’t caught up, the problems faced within B2B architecture today, and ultimately what needs to be done to solve this problem. The webinar will be hosted and presented by Dr. Philipp Liegl who based his PhD thesis on document engineering for B2B processes and contributed to the development of the ebInterface e-invoice standard.

As companies grow as do their business demands. Stacking existing technologies is often required to meet these demands. However, this Legacy build-up can cause major headaches. Heterogeneous landscapes often start to form resulting in increasing costs and effort to manage a growing IT estate.

Companies are also using cloud-based services for their business and this change will continue to have an enormous impact on the way business is done. We have found some companies aren’t adequately equipped to deal with these IT demands and thus risk missing opportunities and falling behind their competitors.

Difficulties can also arise when meeting the EDI requirements of your trading partners. On-boarding new partners may require the addition of more software to your landscape, and as such complicating it.

Please join us at 11am (GMT) October 30th to hear more about the lessons we’ve learnt connecting over 2500 companies and understand what we mean when we say, simple, scalable, EDI.

How to register

If you would like to join the webinar, please drop a line to george.koumis@ecosio.com. We are happy to reserve a seat for you.

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