EDI is becoming increasingly important for corporations who wish not o nly to become members of "large corporation" supply chains but also fo r companies who wish to do business with the government, health care i ndustry, insurance, banks, and numerous other industries. EDI is extre mely complicated and requires extensive resources to deploy making its cost of ownership to high for small to mid sized corporations. Now, w ith the emergence of XML, small to mid sized business can interface wi th larger EDI systems to aid in business to business electronic commer ce without having to set up and maintain expensive and complex EDI sys tems. XML for EDI discusses in depth the use of XML as an e-commerce's olution for small to mid size companies who need to do business with c ompanies who require the use of EDI systems. E-commerce solution devel opers working in both environments will benefit from this book's incis ive conceptual overview and clear instruction in dozens of specific te chniques.
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