EDI (ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE)
ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) in logistics refers to the electronic exchange of business documents between trading partners in the logistics industry. EDI is a standardized method of exchanging information between computer systems, allowing for seamless and efficient communication between different parties in the supply chain.
In the logistics industry, EDI is commonly used to exchange information related to orders, invoices, shipping notices, and other documents between suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. The use of EDI can help improve supply chain efficiency, reduce errors, and minimize the time and cost associated with manual data entry and processing.