Electronic data interchange (EDI) software and solutions
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Future of EDI: An IBM point of view The Strategic Role of APIs with EDI (356 KB)
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The future is EDI and APIs

Your electronic data interchange (EDI) solution can be the foundation of your enterprise integration strategy — if you choose the right one. According to analysts, over 66% of all supply chain transactions are supported by EDI, so it’s crucial to choose a solution that is reliable, scalable, and extensible to meet all your integration challenges. IBM’s software and solutions support all major EDI standards and include the leading transformation capabilities to enable seamless, any-to-any transformation.  

With IBM, you can extend integration capabilities with APIs to meet emerging partner mandates, real-time transaction processing needs, and more. IBM can help align with your IT infrastructure strategy supporting workloads both on-prem or in a hybrid-cloud environment with the added flexibility, to subscribe to as-a-service networks.



Benefits of EDI 99% Reliable transaction processing

reduction in lost productivity, freeing up IT staff and keeping the business moving. By reducing the impact of unplanned outages on employees, organizations are losing less productive employee time.¹

41% Faster partner onboarding

less time to onboard new trading partners and accelerate time to value, enabling full engagement 1.5 weeks earlier. You can scale your B2B activities to match the speed of your business.²

30% Higher customer satisfaction

improvement in average customer satisfaction ratings from upstream and downstream partners — with faster resolutions helping drive customer retention and revenues.²

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