Deringer EDI Solution As a Logistics Management Tool
Deringer EDI Solution is the method by which Deringer can remove manual processes from any transaction, reducing labor costs and replacing them with electronic means to greatly improve efficiency and accuracy. Deringer EDI Solution is a process where two or more parties are involved. Deringer receives your data, process it, and send the appropriate acknowledgement(s) and responses to you and/or a third party (such as a government agency).
The ultimate goal of Deringer EDI Solution is to make processing easier and effective. This refers to any integration between Deringer and its trading partners’ systems that is so well constructed that no manual intervention is required at any point from beginning to end of the transactions. Of course, this 100% integration isn’t always realistic or appropriate for all trading partners. For any partner, no matter what systems they use or how technically inclined their staff, EDI can provide solutions to increase efficiency and accuracy.
Deringer EDI Solution Benefits to Partners
- Faster and more efficient transaction flow
- Improved data accuracy
- Receive shipment tracking information in real time
- 24/7 transaction processing
- Significant reduction of paper documents
- Less time entering data, more time running business
Whether you store your transactional data in Excel spreadsheets, a large-scale ERP system, or even in your own proprietary software, you are already creating files that can be readily used for EDI. If you have a way to send your files to Deringer, be it FTP, AS2, HTTP, VAN, web, or even a simple email with an attachment, you’re in a position to start integrating with Deringer EDI Solution. EDI is notorious for its acronyms, so there could be a few in our capabilities list with which you’re unfamiliar. Deringer EDI Solution supports most standard file formats (X12 EDI, XML, positional, and CSV to name a few) and has a wide range of communication types available to trading partners for use. For those partners who are able to conform to them, Deringer offers format standards that greatly reduce the duration and cost of the onboarding process.