Collaboration is fundamental to achieving supply chain efficiencies between retailers and their trading partners. By automating the Direct Store Delivery (DSD) receiving process, through the use of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), suppliers are able to deliver the highest possible service levels at the lowest possible cost. In fact, EDI currently represents 80% to 90% of total BtoB traffic, according to Ken Volmer of Forrest Research. Also, while EDI has been most prevalent in the grocery industry, it is extending to other retail segments.
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