Structured Messages transmission and transformation, EDI

Do you face difficulties in sending messages or documents, like invoices, to your partners because the message formats are too different?

Do you need to migrate your EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) infrastructure giving an advantage to an up-to-date solution?

The solution is there: an automated platform offering you the automated handling of the structured messages sent to your clients, received from your suppliers or, generally speaking, exchanged with your business partners. And this, in different formats.

These messages can contain orders, delivery notes, invoices, transactions, financial information,… or any other business contents.

Additionally, the platform supports the transformation or conversion of message formats allowing your organization to limit the development efforts to your own message standards while still respecting your business partners’ ones.

The platform accepts standards such as AS2, OFTP, FTP(s), SFTP, SOAP, REST, HTTP(s), SMTP, X400, ISDN. It supports message transformations in standards such as EDIFACT, X12, VDA and Tradacom, XML, CSV, HTML, PDF and any other custom flat-file formats.

This platform is available to you as a service (iPaaS), meaning that you do neither need to invest in a hardware system, support the costs of a software license, nor develop a large and specialized EDI internal knowledge. This platform is then THE solution to consider, should you be forced to migrate your current EDI infrastructure.

The platform catalogue of pre-packaged connectors (message descriptions) eases the integration of your messages with various applications and business partners. The management and the maintenance of your own message descriptions will be done centrally through the use of a single web-based application by your IT personnel or, if desired by you, by the platform staff.

Tindigo and its partner, owner and developer of the platform, will provide you with the adequate support during the project and especially during the transition to the operations mode. See "Support in project management" service »