EDICOM showcases its EDI and e-Invoicing solutions at GS1 Connect 2017
The biggest supply chain event in the US, GS1 Connect, will take place in Las Vegas in June 20-22, 2017, expecting attendees from executive directors to EDI experts, as well as finance, e-commerce, retail, and logistics managers, among others. EDICOM will be there to demonstrate its B2B and B2G technological solutions at booth 34.
This event, called “Collaborating for Business Excellence”, will offer educational programs, conference sessions and interactive exhibits aimed at highlighting the benefits of GS1 Standards for supply chain visibility.
EDICOM, who has been attending this event for several years, has more than 20 years of experience in electronic data interchange solutions driven at a higher optimization of business efficiency, and communications adapted to any industry and type of company.
Transforming the supply chain with EDI
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), the core business of EDICOM, is specifically designed to automate communications between businesses and make them more efficient. This means that EDI transactions can be integrated with any ERP by simply making some adaptations to the system.
EDICOM supports the electronic interchange of data based on standards in accordance to various associations such as GS1 in Europe, the United States and Latin America.
Our technicians are specialists in B2B communications with experience developing complex EDI projects for major American and European clients such as Unilever, General Mills, Toys R'Us, Continental, Procter & Gamble, and Merck.
EDICOM will also showcase its electronic Catalog EDICOMData, designed to synchronize the product databases of various supply chain operations. The electronic catalog, EDICOMData is a solution that synchronizes product data and is certified by GS1 for operating with the GDSN network for the B2B sector and the GS1 Source network for the B2C segment. Check out the benefits of using a Data Pool.
Challenges of compliant e-Invoicing
Globalization, the expansion of markets and legislative changes around the world means that companies are increasingly interconnected, and require secure and reliable communications to roll out international e-Invoicing projects.