The HCL Link Supply Chain EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) Pack gives pre-assembled structures that convey different forms of the standards for use with HCL Link. The time and exertion to manually construct a portion of these structures would require an extended period of time due to the intricate nature of the guidelines.  

What is the EDI Transactions Support?

The HCL Link Supply Chain EDI Pack extends HCL Link to address EDI-centric requirements, including ANSI X12 documents, EDIFACT documents and Tradacoms transactions. Schemas for these EDI standards are provided from 2003 version though the current version released. When new versions become available, they are provided as part of the Support process. When moving from one version of the standards to another, you can save valuable time on the maintenance of that interface. HCL Link interprets changes to the standards schema and guides you through updating your existing integrations.

By utilizing the HCL Link Supply Chain EDI Pack, the structure of the integration source or target is accommodated for you. You can rapidly make integration streams and complex transformations changes within the cloud, on-prem or hybrid applications. The HCL Link Supply Chain EDI Pack centers around the tedious exertion of getting, characterizing and keeping up EDI standards permitting you to zero-in on acquiring more knowledge, more insight, and more incentive from your data. 

Visit HCL Link and download more information about the HCL Link Supply Chain EDI Pack.  

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