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Electronic Data Interchange

EDI B2C Portal



You issue a large volume of e-invoices which you send to clients with whom you engage in an EDI electronic data interchange project.

However, you also have many clients for whom you have to continue issuing a large number of invoices by conventional methods (postal services, email or fax), obliging you to keep a double set of books for billing management with EDI-enabled clients and others not integrated.


The EDICOM EDI B2C Portal implements a solution to optimize your e-communications project, extending it to include all those customers not connected to your EDI platform.

This is an application initially designed for sending legal bills to this type of recipient, although it lets you integrate the forwarding of all types of documents such as despatch advices, shipping notes or purchase order receipt acknowledgements.


Businesses that need to automate the sending of e-invoices to a significant number of non-EDI-integrated clients to simplify the issuance and delivery processes for these documents.

  • You generate all your billing electronically, regardless of whether the client is EDI-enabled or not.
  • Your billing system connects to your EDI solution, transmitting it the data on the invoices generated and adapting them to the technical and legal requirements stipulated in each case. This may involve the use of online tax declaration processes or digital signatures.
  • When the EDI solution recognizes an invoice addressed to a client not connected by EDI, it publishes the order on a website and sends them an e-mail notification.
  • When the client connects to the portal and processes the bill, you receive a confirmation notice telling you that the client has consulted the invoice. This notice may be integrated into your ERP, allowing you to keep a record of the actions carried out by your clients with respect to each invoice delivered.


Key Benefits

  • No paper involved
  • Enhanced information processing
  • Cutting down processing and storage costs
  • Fewer errors
  • Automation of operations
  • Quicker response times
  • Integration of procedures between all trading partners



EDICOM will participate at FORUM 2019 organized by GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg

This event, that will take place in Brussels on March 12, will focus on the challenges of standardization posed by electronic invoicing and data synchronization