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TWX-21 Web-EDI Global Service (Available Globally)

133-Web-EDI Global Service (Available Globally

Helps to conduct global electronic commerce with companies all over the world, including China

The TWX-21 Web-EDI Global Service enables users to use exchange EDI data with overseas suppliers online in a browser environment for quotations, order, shipping, delivery, and billing. It also helps to increase the accuracy, speed, and efficiency of tasks performed by suppliers, as well as to reduce overall lead times and to streamline business processes.

This is recommended for customers who want to:

  • Efficiently conduct EDI transactions with overseas suppliers; and
  • Perform the appropriate business process for each country when performing transactions with multiple countries.

Features

  • No faxing or emailing is needed, and you can control subsuppliers
  • You can handle operations specific to overseas transactions, including tax calculations and invoicing
  • You can implement a global EDI system in as early as two months
  • You can enable alerts and workflow approvals to reduce the number of follow-up work hours and to control business operations

Point1 No faxing or emailing is needed, and you can control subsuppliers

The TWX-21 Web-EDI Global Service enables the sharing of global transaction information between buyers and suppliers.

Transaction information can be shared between buyers and suppliers conducting transactions with multiple companies in multiple countries. User authority settings allow the operations of trading companies (intermediate companies), subsuppliers, and logistics companies to be controlled. You will no longer need to submit information via fax or email.

Point2 You can handle operations specific to overseas transactions, including tax calculations and invoicing

This service also provides transaction functions suitable for persons in charge of overseas transactions.

The TWX-21 Web-EDI Global Service provides transaction functions suitable for persons in charge of overseas transactions.

This service supports multiple languages (English, Chinese, and Japanese), and allows business operations such as tax calculations, which varies by country, to be conducted. Specific forms for overseas transactions, such as invoices and packing lists, can also be created.
This service also provides transaction functions suitable for persons in charge of overseas transactions.

Point3 You can implement a global EDI system in as early as two months

The TWX-21 Web-EDI Global Service allows you to establish EDI linkages based on the JEITA global transaction model. You can implement a global EDI system in as early as two months.

A company that adopts the JEITA standards for transactions in Japan can implement a global EDI system in as early as two months by extending national standards.

Point4 You can enable alerts and workflow approvals to reduce the number of follow-up work hours and to control business operations

Various support functions increase the efficiency of complex global operations.

The portal function displays alerts by problem type, such as delivery schedule delays, and reduces the follow-up work hours for delivery adjustments, etc.
Approval flow settings allow complex global rearrangement operations conducted at internal management departments, production bases, suppliers, and distribution bases to be controlled.

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