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White Paper: On premise vs. cloud managed service

Choose the right EDI solution for your business

Not sure if you should go cloud or stay with your on-premise EDI solution? Download our white paper today and get an overview of the key criteria you should keep in mind for a future-proof decision. The white paper provides a detailed overview for a profound financial and technical assessment of both scenarios.

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Discover all key selection criteria

Our new white paper will provide EDI decision makers with a solid base for their assessment, which can be used to compare on-premise EDI solutions with Cloud-based managed EDI services.

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Businesses are facing new challenges

For most companies the exchange of electronic documents with customers and suppliers over electronic data interchange (EDI) is a critical business process. Through the introduction of additional legal requirements, companies are now being confronted with additional challenges in the area of e-Invoicing. Examples include FatturaPA in Italy or the XRechnung in Germany.

Understanding the possible solutions

In light of emerging challenges, business decision-makers are faced with the question of whether electronic data interchange should be run with the help of an on-premise solution or externally by an EDI provider as a Cloud-based managed service.

In order to guarantee a future-proof solution, a comprehensive technical and economic evaluation of the individual solutions is necessary. Often not all the necessary decision criteria are taken into account when assessing the various possible outcomes. As a result, there is no proper evaluation of the individual options and companies run the risk of obtaining an uneconomic or non future-proof solution.

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