From EDI to Electronic Commerce: A Business Initiative
Providing industry-specific Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) guidelines, including the rapid-growth retail segment, this guide contains a proven cost-justification model and an extensive list of business documents that are today's biggest EDI hitters, plus an extended example of a corporate EDI implementation and a step-by-step approach to implementation and ongoing support useful for managers of functional business areas.
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