EDI optimisation: Eliminating VAN and X.400 frustration

Thursday 16 April, 10.00am (GMT)

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Thursday 16 April, 10.00am (GMT)

Despite being used by more businesses than ever, EDI is still, for many, an unnecessarily frustrating affair. One particularly common frustration experienced by those using EDI is the difficulty and expense involved in sending messages via certain popular protocols and VANs.

An EDI landscape in which multiple VANs are used to communicate with different partners requires maintenance and consistent monitoring. In such a setup even simple tasks such as sending an advanced shipping notification can take a long time. Meanwhile it is often impossible to speak to a contact person when help is needed to resolve issues.

As we will explore in this webinar, however, establishing and maintaining connections to VANs and sending messages via tricky protocols such as X.400 needn’t be complicated or overly expensive. Join ecosio’s experts to find out what you can do to move towards stress-free, future-proof EDI.

Topics covered will include:

  • The key to successful EDI / ERP integration
  • EDI topology considerations
  • Overcoming VAN challenges
  • The benefits of a single EDI connection
  • EDI optimisation using a managed EDI service
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Presenter Philipp Liegl


Philipp Liegl
Managing Director

At ecosio Philipp is responsible for the operational business and coordinates the customer projects. Thereby, he consults international companies in the development of appropriate concepts and solutions for the realization of electronic data interchange – mainly in SAP ERP environments.


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