ERP Term
"Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)"

EDI is the transfer of data from one computer system to another without human intervention.

EDI is data transfer from one computer system to another without human intervention. This data can be transferred between systems via a direct connection or a third-party service provider. EDI is commonly used to exchange business documents such as purchase orders, invoices, and shipping notices.

EDI has been used for many years to streamline business processes and reduce the need for paper documents. By using EDI, businesses can avoid the delays and errors that can occur when human beings are involved in data transfer. EDI also allows companies to automate their processes, further improving efficiency. 

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