The future of EDI: an IBM point of view  

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The world as we know it runs on and depends on EDI. But the world is changing, and with it the future of EDI. Over a period of decades EDI has steadily gained mainstream adoption throughout businesses worldwide as the preferred means to exchange documents in the B2B transaction process.

During this time the emergence of Internet B2B, including new transport protocols like AS2, numerous flavors of XML-based B2B document standards, API-based B2B integration, have mostly complemented EDI rather than replaced it. EDI has grown and matured and today, like ERP systems, remains a backbone for global business.

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