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EDI Platform Nutrexpa

Nutrexpa

Region: Europe
Industrie: Manufacturers

Nutrexpa is one of the most important food sector groups, with some of the most firmly established brands in the market such as Nocilla, Cola Cao, Granja San Francisco or Patés la Piara.
Spanish in origin, the firm is now present worldwide through subsidiaries in South America, Asia and Europe.


EDI - Electronic Data Interchange

Nutrexpa has an XML/EDI solution for electronic data exchange with its business partners, streamlining the process of integrating these documents with the internal management system by fully automating the generation, transmission and reception processes from its own ERP.


e-Invoicing

Nutrexpa has developed an electronic invoice sending solution that enables the processing of large document volumes. The client's e-Invoicing solution automates the process of creating and sending invoices, as well as signing them digitally through the EDICOM Certification Authority’s Delegated Signature service.


EDICOM Network - EDICOMNet

Nutrexpa is part of EDICOMNet, one of the main trading partner communities for the exchange of electronic transactions in B2B environments.
The presence of Nutrexpa in EDICOMNet guarantees access to the vast majority of business partners, simplifying the sending and receiving of structured business documents (EDIFACT, X12, XML, UBL…) with full guarantees and maximum security.
Using EDICOMNet also ensures access to trading partners in other private networks, through the multiple interconnection agreements EDICOM maintains with the major Value Added Networks worldwide.


CRP-VMI Solution

CRP/VMI technology optimises stocks and good delivery times at point-of-sale. Through Edicom's CRP FLOW, Nutrexpa analyses key product information parameters exchanged via EDI with some of the main trading partners. This analysis automates the processing of efficient provisioning orders, doing away with stockouts of critical references and ensuring adequate supply at all times to meet the needs of each centre where goods are received.