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-Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO Amazon

Web EDI for Faster and Efficient Cloud Based Business Transactions

Benefits of using Web EDI

  • EDI Offered as SaaS (Software as a Service)
  • EDI Services Offered Through a Web Browser
  • Affordable pricing without any up-front software investment
  • Real time data visibility
  • Without any requirement of a label software

Want to know how else WebBee Web EDI can benefit your business?


A Complete Overview of Web Based EDI

Web-based EDI is a cloud-based electronic data interchange subscription service that makes connecting and doing EDI with valuable clients fast. Web Based EDI enables midget and enterprises to create, receive and manage electronic documents using a browser. Web EDI is mainly based around the “hub and spoke” methodology, where, business partners act as the hub and the smaller partners act as the spokes.

Nowadays, thousands of suppliers use cloud based EDI to trade with buyers. There are numerous ways and methods of implementing EDI solutions. The foremost part of implementing WEB EDI solutions is that they enable reduced cost and speedy deployment.

Some of the unique benefits offered by WebBee Web Based EDI Services Include.

  • Reduced costs, time saved and fewer conflicts
  • Improved responsiveness and reinforced processing time
  • Automatic integration of all your data exchanges in your IT system
  • The probability to send electronic invoices
  • Optimization of data reconciliation processes
  • Secured and Trackable Exchanges

How to choose the right Web EDI for Web?

Before switching to any Web EDI, you need to make sure whether you will be using the web as your primary means of managing your EDI or using the web as your communication channel. It is useful for small businesses that have very basic EDI needs. The biggest problems which are generally seen in EDI services are long-term costs and lack of sophisticated features. Web-based EDI is one of the most rapidly growing segments of the EDI sector that is quite useful for large retailers.

For implementing EDI, companies have to absorb some of the work that their previous third-party service (VAN) was doing. For instance, depending on inter-company communication to ensure a purchase order is transmitted successfully. There are a few Web-based EDI tools accessible to make this change simpler and the investment funds significantly increasingly considerable.

Features of Web EDI that makes it Exceptional and Unique EDI Platform.

  • Web browser interface is designed to be simple and intuitive.
  • Users can transact with multiple trading partners from one interface.
  • EDI transactions are available in a readable format in HTML or PDF.
  • Acquire orders can be quickly turned into invoices and ship notices.
  • The built-in error checking feature provides instant alerts.
  • Download order data for importing into any app and export invoice data to WebEDI.
  • Secure and configurable web access for suppliers.
  • It is possible to submit electronic invoices via the portal.
How a Web EDI is implemented and works?

As thousands of suppliers use WebEDI as their EDI solution to sell their goods and commodities to their valued customers on the basis of EDI mandate and requirements, it is an affordable and cost effective solution for businesses. Businesses through WebEDI transfers the business documents, eliminate lost paper work, reduce administrative task with customers and minimized chargeback. The work flow for Web EDI implementation follows the following step wise processes:

  • A customer sends an EDI Purchase Order (PO) to their respected their EDI suppliers.
  • A supplier get an email alert that a PO has been arrived in the system. He further logs into a cloud based WebEDI with the help of a web browser.
  • A new PO arrived then is further processed into a readable format for viewing and printing. WebEDI then sends an EDI acknowledgment back to a buyer telling him that a PO has been received.
  • When goods are ready to ship and invoice, a supplier send back PO and an invoice screen populated with billing information about the items and products requested through PO.
  • Then invoices are get converted into an EDI and delivered to a buyer. Through WebEDI a supplier can also send PO acknowledgment, ship notices and printed packing labels.
If you have any questions about Web EDI, just contact our EDI professionals and clear all of the doubts and queries.