Utilizing a range of EDI standards such as X12 and EDIFACT, the EDI component allows quick and easy exchange of invoice data with third parties.
The EDI & e-Billing module removes the need to process paper invoices from suppliers and to send paper/email invoices to customers. Where the EDI system replaces paper processes, technology of this type has been shown to deliver cost savings of up to 80%.
Once configured to connect to your enterprise software, it supports transferring invoices by direct insertion/extraction, file transfer over FTP or upload, AS2, manual entry and email.
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The AMCS EDI component automates how you both send and receive invoices. Utilizing a range of EDI standards such as X12 and EDIFACT, the EDI component allows quick and easy exchange of invoice data with third parties.
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