Digital order management
Through automated processes
You are still receiving orders via phone, e-mail, or fax? With media you can receive and manage all of your orders on one platform. With an EDI connection, all of your orders will be forwarded directly to your ERP system.
- Minimal manual effort
You can reduce your high manual and administrative effort
- Decrease your overall process costs
You can both save time and costs by optimizing internal processes
- Optimizing your supply chain processes
Direct information about sales and inventory
What is EDI?
Imagine our company as a translation office: You as a brand want to communicate with your buyers. Unfortunately, you are not speaking the same language as your trading partners. To still be able to communicate and exchange information, you would need a translation.
Referring to the classic EDI business, the situation would look like this: Your ERP system talks .XYZ as your standard data format. However, your buyer’s ERP system talks .XXZ as their standard data format. The data language does not correspond and both systems will not understand each other.
That’s where nmedia GmbH can help you out: you as a brand will send us your article data in your standard data format – nmedia will then format your data into the buyer’s preferred data format with help of a converter. Your trading partners are then able to insert your data into their own ERP system and consequently send an order. Of course, you will receive this order again in your preferred data format.
This process will be applied to all document types as orders, order responses, dispatch advice messages, and invoices.
If you are connected to EDI via the platform, you can exchange documents with all your buyers. Your interfaces only have to be connected to us once and can be used as often as you like for all your EDI and platform retailers.
The data interchange can be applied to different transfer modes and data formats:
For instance, different transfer modes to transfer order pricats would be via e-mail, FTP, AS2, X400, …
Different data formats could be .CSV, .Edifact, … etc.