SPS Commerce: Supply Chain Management and EDI That’s Changing eCommerce

Published on January 4, 2022
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Did you know that over 85% of all business transactions take place using EDI? EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is a computer-to-computer exchange of business documents in a standardized electronic format between companies. In a world that’s moving away from mail, fax, and perhaps one day even email, you need EDI. 

This is why ShipStation is proud to partner with SPS Commerce. A leader in cloud-based supply chain management solutions, they provide EDI integrations and comprehensive retail performance analytics to over 75,000 customers worldwide. This means that they make it easy to manage compliance with all your retail trading partners – like Amazon, Target, Costco, and many more. 

Here are some of their features:

  • EDI department, not EDI software: Our team of experts will work with you to achieve EDI capability and 100% compliance with trading partners’ transactions requirements.
  • Integration: In adding to the embedded ShipStation integration, SPS Commerce can integrate to any business application and member of your supply chain, including your ERP, WMS, 3PL and many more.
  • Support: Available when and where you need us 24/7, via-self-paced online tutorials, in-person training sessions and online or phone support.
  • EDI Documents: SPS Commerce supports all EDI documents, even the obscure ones.

When you integrate EDI with your ShipStation system, SPS handles any EDI map or spec changes and ensures ongoing compliance for you and your retail partners.

Learn more about the SPS Commerce and ShipStation Partnership and follow the link below to begin your free ShipStation trial today!

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Maria Fagerland

Maria is a multifaceted writer and editor who is passionate about creating content that helps businesses succeed. When she's not writing, Maria can often be found in her garden tending to her plants.

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