How Does EDI as a Service Work?

Find out what EDI as a Service looks like in practice and why it is fast-becoming the most popular option for companies looking to future-proof their B2B integration processes.

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What we'll cover

With local EDI converters and so-called “managed” EDI solutions increasingly unable to satisfy the needs of modern businesses, EDI as a Service is steadily growing in popularity. But what is EDI as a Service and how exactly does it work?

In this webinar we provide the answer to these questions and more.

Topics covered will include:

  • The three essential elements of successful EDI
  • Where EDI as a Service differs from traditional EDI approaches
  • How EDI as a Service can save you time and money
  • Utilising EDI as a Service to reduce risk and boost your competitive advantage
  • What migration involves

There will also be a Q&A session at the end in which attendees are welcome to ask questions relating to their own situations.

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Ingrid Adrigan

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Paolo Catti

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About the speaker

Dr Philipp Liegl manages the operational business at ecosio and coordinates the handling of customer projects.

  • UN/CEFACT standardisation contributor
  • Over 15 years of EDI project experience in FMCG, retail, manufacturing, industry and automotive
  • Coordinated international EDI and e-invoicing projects as technical project leader
  • Still loves to tinker around with integration challenges – in particular with SAP

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