Tag: direct edi vs. van


  • Modern ESBs: Pros & Cons

    by ArcESB Marketing | January 14, 2020

    Modern ESBs: Pros Cons As you adopt applications, including CRM, ERP, and accounting systems, you need to integrate these tools to gain a complete view of your customers and deliver the level of service they expect. An enterprise service bus (ESB) has long been one way to get all your solutions to t... [read more]


  • Have You Outgrown Your EDI VAN?

    by ArcESB Marketing | December 12, 2019

    If you re like many companies, you have no choice but to adopt Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). Certain companies require their trading partners to use EDI, and to do business with them, you have to use EDI. One way companies get their feet wet with EDI is by turning to a Value Added Network (VAN... [read more]


  • Syncrofy Partners with ArcESB for EDI Visibility

    by ArcESB Marketing | May 20, 2019

    In the modern digital enterprise ecosystem, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has grown far beyond the simple exchange of standard business documents. The inherent complexity of vast organizations in business with thousands of vendors, suppliers, and customers across the globe means the ability to ... [read more]


  • First-in-First-Out: How to Fast-Track EDI Onboarding

    by ArcESB Marketing | April 19, 2019

    We are often asked about the biggest challenges in onboarding EDI trading partners. While pointing out missed opportunities in a post-project review is easy, finding a strategic advantage within an ongoing concern is much, much harder. Onboarding programs are no different, historically facilitated ... [read more]


  • X12 vs. EDIFACT: a Complete Rundown

    by ArcESB Marketing | April 12, 2019

    EDI offers many different document types. The most common are ANSI ASC X12 (X12) and UN/EDIFACT (EDIFACT). The two standards are quite similar, differing primarily in their use cases and terminology. Here are the differences and similarities between these two popular EDI document formats. Use Cases... [read more]