EDI module is the link between SAP Business One and Edicom standard for receipt of orders, shipping notes, invoices, and other documents.
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is a format for electronic data exchange that allows the transmission of documents between different computer platforms or ERP.
This format is used for communication with suppliers in companies with large volume of information, normally distribution companies that need to streamline and organize all documentation in its ERP .
Not all companies use SAP for electronic documentation, but this is not a hindrance for you to have all the information consistently in SAP Business One without having to resort to outmoded technologies such as fax, telephone or email.
EDI module connects your ERP SAP Business One with the interchange format Edicom transparently. You generate your invoices and bills in conventional form and EDI module is in charge of delivering these documents to its suppliers or its customers in the correct format as the ERP.
Likewise reverse path occurs. The EDI module is responsible for receiving the documents coming from other ERP and makes orders in SAP Business One with the ability to perform custom validations previously.
The EDI module connects your ERP SAP Business One with the Edicom interchange format transparently. You can generate your invoices and bills of conventional way. EDI module brings these documents to your suppliers or customers in the correct format as the ERP.
– Module price: 266€/month
– Document type map price: 38€/month
* The monthly fee is a rental per use and includes updates to new versions.
* For our SAP Business One customers a special discount of 50% is applied and will be for monthly payment. For other customers this discount will not be applied and the payment will be annual.
* The EDI module works for a 1 individual company. In the case to contract it for more than one company, the amount for the second and following is 50%
Exchange documents between different platforms thanks to the standard format for receiving orders, shipping notes and invoices, and other documents.