Web EDI Celebrates its Eighth Year
A business born out of the passion of wanting to help small business trade effectively with major companies is today (10th June, 2012) celebrating its sixth birthday. Over the eight years Web EDI has provided effective EDI solutions for thousands of companies across the globe.
To mark the companies eighth year Web EDI has re-launched their website and created a new suite of cost effective products in order to enable companies to save more money in these times of economic struggle.
Companies now joining Web EDI will benefit from having a seamless sales and ordering process for dealing with business to business sales. The new suite of products will mean less time spent dealing with IT issues, trading resolution and lower business processing costs.
Founder and director of Web EDI, Graeme Howard, wanted to create a system where you would be able to upload invoices onto a system within minutes without the need of installing any software or having a standalone computer for creating invoices. This proved popular
with new businesses but soon his services were been used by major companies as well.
The new suite of services will build on the processing speed of Web EDI to give companies:
* A reduction in man hours usually associated with traditional EDI and requirement of costly technical support:
* - A fully automated system that designed to support all of your invoicing needs
* - A simple setup process and EDI system that is easy to use, requires no formal training and gives you full control of receiving orders, and sending invoices.
Graeme Howard explains:
"The world of EDI has changed so much in eight years, businesses need to have the flexibility to ensure that they can process invoices for the work they do in a timely manner. I still can't believe that some EDI companies are stuck in the dark ages using overcomplicated and expensive methods to service their clients. Web EDI not only provides you with a quick and easy set- up but can have you processing payments within minutes of setting up an account."