Supply Chain EDI Managed Services
Supply Chain EDI Info Sheet
OpenEDI is used by large organisations such as A.S. Watson, Argos, Microsoft , PLAY.com, Tetley and 100's of other companies for complete EDI order-to-invoice cycle for 1000's of suppliers and buyers. With OpenEDI there is nothing stopping organisations rolling out EDI to all large, small & medium trading partners for total supply chain EDI enablement. Contact us for details.
Transalis is a GS1 Accredited Solution Partner and is 100% committed to working closely with GS1 and to helping GS1 implement its EDI standards to improve EDI for all retailers.
"As Accredited Solution Partners, Transalis have a demonstrable knowledge and understanding of GS1 standards. Their additional OpenEDI Solution Certification makes Transalis attractive to users with a requirement to deploy a GS1 based order-to-cash solution", said Steve Watson GS1 UK Partner Development.
A.S. Watson selected Transalis to maximise its European supply chain efficiency, to manage its entire B2B electronic enablement for up to 3,000 suppliers, across 16 European countries, for 8 major high-street retailers with up to 4,000 stores, including Superdrug, Savers and The Perfume Shop in the UK, Kruidvat, Trekpleister, Drogas, Marionnaud and ICI Paris XL in continental Europe in Austria, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine.
A.S. Watson OpenEDI Login www.aswatson.openedi.com
Argos work with Transalis to maximise their European supply chain efficiency, to manage their B2B electronic enablement for up to 650 suppliers.
Play.com selected Transalis to maximise their European supply chain efficiency, to manage their B2B electronic enablement for up to 500 suppliers.
PLAY.com OpenEDI Info Sheet User Guide
PLAY.com OpenEDI Login www.play.openedi.com
OpenEDI provides total supply chain EDI enablement with no system changes required. Previously retailers had the complex problem of dealing with suppliers and buyers by handling orders and invoices etc by phone, fax, email, post and EDI. Now with OpenEDI any retailer need only deal with one method of communication in order to reach their whole supply chain by EDI.
Large organisations/hubs deploying EDI find it a challenge to onboard the bulk of smaller & mid-size trading partners. Whilst large organisations trade electronically, constraining factors have proven prohibitive to reusing the same approach with smaller partners. High costs, the need for IT support, lack of infrastructure and modest trading volumes are typically mentioned by smaller partners as the main obstacles to using EDI.
Transalis developed OpenEDI to solve
this problem. Transalis offers a complete rollout package in terms of planning,
implementation & latest technology using an affordable, subscription-based
pricing model that suits small & medium partners. OpenEDI enables small
& medium partners to be onboarded in a matter of days with minimal infrastructure
requirements on their part, whilst for large organisations, the attraction is
in reusing current EDI infrastructure in the same way as for existing, larger
partners - no technical effort or major investment is required. From the moment
a smaller partner uses OpenEDI, the large organisation simply sends orders
and receives invoices with this partner as if it were one of their existing larger