B2B / EDI Integration

B2B / EDI Integration for the Modern Business

Get value faster by quickly connecting your trading partners

Accelerate Time to Value

From retail and manufacturing to distribution and supply chain management,the seamless  B2B integration of your critical business systems with those of your trading partners is critical to an organization’s success.

 

Jitterbit’s B2B solution delivers immediate ROI by providing reusable service to connect your trading partners and process outbound and inbound EDI transactions to virtually any business software or data source, whether it be on-premises or cloud-based. 

 

Easily streamline your B2B operations by integrating EDI data with ERP and CRM application such as SAP, NetSuite, Salesforce, Microsoft, and more.

B2B360

Accelerate Your Trading Partner Network

Rapid Trading Partner Setup

Get your Trading Partners live in hours/days vs. weeks/months

Support for All B2B / EDI Standards & Protocols

Utilize any of the 5,000+ standard versions & 25,000 transactions sets (AS2, X12, HL7, etc.)

Best-in-Class Support & B2B Expertise

Get guidance quickly from our experts who average 20+ years of B2B / EDI experience

High Performance

Scalable and high volume with capacity to  process millions of transactions

Business to Business Process Automation

Eliminate manual order processing, which reduces costs up to 90%

Process electronic business documents quickly and accurately

Boost data quality by removing data re-entry

Improve customer service and strengthen supplier relationships

Quickly share data and rapidly add new partners

Fully automated transaction management without technical expertise

See why Jitterbit got the Highest Score in B2B Integration in Gartner’s Critical Capabilities Report  

 

Jitterbit got the highest B2B integration score in the 2020 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Enterprise iPaaS.

Less Errors than Legacy EDI Processors

Faster Than Other EDI Solutions

Lower Cost per Document than Manual Processing

Process millions of transactions per day

EDI Integration Made Easy

  • Deploy on-premise or in the cloud
  • Support for all major EDI formats
  • “Out of the box” integration between 1,000+ systems
  • Map data between systems with an intuitive point-and-click “no coding” interface
  • Create reuseable templates for quick EDI integration with new trading partners
  • Validate and report on all your transactions
  • Easily split relevant files with the EDI Splitter

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B2B / EDI Integration FAQs

 

What is EDI integration and How Does EDI Integration Work?

EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange and is the exchange and processing of documents electronically, utilizing a standard format. It allows for accurate and reliable transmission of data between your systems and those of your trading partners.  EDI integration means the transfer, mapping, and translation of EDI data to and from business applications, and is an important piece of how businesses create efficiencies.

EDI is a critical piece in driving the supply chain across a multitude of verticals including, but not limited to retail, manufacturing, healthcare, insurance, logistics, distribution, automotive, financial services, and government. There are a number of EDI standards & protocols supported to help you with your EDI integration and we continue to add more.  We currently maintain a library of over 5,000 standards versions and over 25,000 transaction sets, which are implementations of individual EDI file types.

  • Data Formats: All EDI (X12, EDIFACT, TRADACOMS, XML, CICA, HL7, etc.), XML – (WSDL, XSD), cXML, Flat Text Structures, Hierarchical Text Structures, and more…
  • Transport Protocols: AS2, FTP/SFTP/FTPS, HTTP/S, Web Services (SOAP, REST), ODBC, JDBC, File Shares, LDAP, SMTP / POP3, and more…
  • Platforms: Cloud, Windows, Linux, Solaris
  • Enterprise Applications: SAP, Microsoft Dynamics (CRM, AX, GP, NAV, SL) PeopleSoft, Oracle, JD Edwards, and more…
  • Databases: Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, MySQL, Sybase, Teradata, and more…
  • Existing SOA Platforms: webMethods, Tibco, IBM WebSphere, BEA WebLogic, and more…
  • 3rd Party Applications: QAD, Infor, Vertical Response, Interwoven, AMS Advantage, Microsoft Sharepoint, Documentum, Amazon.com, and more…
  • SaaS Applications: Salesforce, NetSuite, Workday, RightNow!, Siebel On-Demand, and more…
  • Other Systems: Web Services, XML, Flat and Hierarchical Structures, Legacy, Active Directory, LDAP, and more…
What are Some of the Top EDI Use Cases?

EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange and is the exchange and processing of documents electronically, utilizing a standard

Types of EDI systems vary depending on business function with common functions ranging from purchasing and accounting, to warehousing and logistics.  Specific EDI use cases also exist for healthcare, government, real estate, and other vertical markets.  Common business functions automated via EDI integration include:

  • Sales & Purchasing: Purchase Orders (PO), PO Acknowledgements/Changes/Adjustments, Order Status Reports/Inquiries
  • Finance & Accounting: Invoices, Payment Remittance/Advice, Payment ,Acceptance/Rejection, Tax Reporting, Credit/Debit Memos
  • Logistics: Advance Ship Notices/Status Messages, Freight Details, Bills of Laing, Prepayment Adjustment Advice
  • Marketing: Requests for Quote, Sales Catalog/Pricing, Price Authorization, Product Activity, Sales Tracing
  • Inventory: Inventory Adjustments, Planning Schedules, Inventory Advice, Product Transfers/Resales
  • Manufacturing: Product Specifications, Test Results, Planning Schedules
  • Insurance: Claim Submittal, Claims Tracing, Benefits Enrollment, Eligibility Inquiries
What are the Types of EDI?

The ANSI X12 EDI standard supports over three hundred electronic data interchange types for automating specific business transactions. The most used EDI transaction types for EDI integration include:

  • Purchase Orders (850): Terms of sale
  • Invoices (810): Request of payment with details
  • Purchase Order Acknowledgement (855): Confirmation of the purchase order
  • Advance Shipment Notices (856): Goods shipped/packed estimated time
  • Product Catalog (832): List of product and services
  • Remittance Advance (820): Payment has been made
Why Choose EDI for B2B Integration?

EDI is the preferred method of B2B integration for a majority of businesses and adopted by over 80% of large companies.  EDI has a decades-long track record of security, reliability, and scalability in high-volume environments.  There are several reasons for EDI’s longevity and wide adoption.

Compared to manual transaction processing, EDI software integration has the following advantages:

  1. EDI is a requirement for doing business with many retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers
  2. Manual data entry is slow and error-laden, impeding order fulfillment and other business functions
  3. EDI integration allows businesses to optimize cash flow, reduce costs, and redirect resources to other business initiatives
  4. EDI integration accelerates the cash-to-order cycle and increases ROI by automating these common business tasks
  5. Successful EDI implementation can reduce costs over 90% compared to manually processing business transactions

Compared to other B2B integration methods, EDI has the following advantages:

  1. EDI is a widely adopted, and a frequently required, method of B2B integration
  2. EDI eliminates the need to support multiple, disparate B2B systems
  3. EDI does not require custom coding or API integration for each Trading Partner
  4. EDI removes the need to expose sensitive application APIs to the Internet for B2B integration
  5. Trading Partners can be added in a fraction of the time compared to other B2B integration methods
  6. EDI can handle a far greater volume of transactions than competing B2B integration methods
Why Choose Jitterbit for EDI Integration?

Ready-Built Connectors

As an Integration Platform as a Service (IPaaS) solution, Jitterbit has ready-built connectors for virtually all major business software packages.  Jitterbit’s robust API support allows for the rapid integration of new applications or custom enterprise systems.

Integrate Any Workflow

Unlike other EDI processors that simply dump transactions into a single system, Jitterbit can seamlessly integrate EDI data into even the most complicated business workflow.  Data can be instantly managed and synchronized with multiple business applications throughout your enterprise.

Intuitive EDI Tools

Utilize out-of-the-box tools to build out your EDI integration.  Easily create and manage your trading partners.  Quickly streamline the flow of your EDI documents with features such as EDI mapping and management, EDI Dashboard, EDI Acknowledgement, EDI Splitter, and EDI Validator.

Future-Proof Solution

By eliminating the requirement for custom coding, Jitterbit’s direct EDI integration maintains an unprecedented level of forward compatibility.  The impact of future systems upgrades and software migrations is minimized, allowing for near-zero downtime during changes to your IT infrastructure. 

Reliability and Performance

Jitterbit maintains the highest level of performance and reliability.  Jitterbit is easily able to handle production environments that process over 120 million records per day without performance related issues.  Jitterbit can split, manage, and process EDI files containing thousands of individual transactions without error.  

Legendary Support

Jitterbit’s direct EDI integration is backed by the highest level of support found anywhere in the B2B industry.  Backed by seasoned EDI professionals with decades of experience, Jitterbit provides unparalleled support with guaranteed rapid response times.  This level of support, coupled with Jitterbit’s commitment to quality, brings proven performance and peace of mind to B2B integration.

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