EDI Standards were built to fix a comprehensive and repeatable set of structured data placeholders. The main reason to formulate EDI standards was to assist companies to avoid spending precious time and means setting the layouts of standard business reports.
EDI Testing is done to ensure that there are no technical intricacies in vendor operations which will later on influence the working and quality of the software application. EDI provides various benefits to software apps and systems that allow businesses to:
• Stimulate trade cycles
• Enhance market efficiency
• Decrease their prices
• Develop information quality
• Assure data safety
To know the whole EDI testing process, read out the blog on edi automation testing.