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10.12.2010

EDITEL Journal 2/2010 - Topic No 1 is electronic invoicing

In the year 2010 the move from collective invoicing processes to electronically signed, completely paperless EDI invoices was the “EDI topic number 1”. After the REWE Group made a start at the beginning of the year, SPAR and Markant also jumped on the bandwagon of the completely paperless in the past months. 

Industry is now confronted with an 80 percent market share on the retail side that relies on the new, uniform invoicing procedure. Therefore, the e-billing information day, which EDITEL Austria held on 30 September 2010 in the Federal Chamber of Commerce in Vienna, was met with great interest. More than 100 attendants were present and heard that REWE, SPAR and Markant wish to convert up to 100 percent of the invoicing volume to the paperless, electronically signed variant in the coming year. Incidentally, another e-billing information day will be held in the first quarter of 2011 due to popular demand.

EDI-Offensive SPAR
The lead story of this journal is dedicated to the EDI offensive of SPAR Austria. Enormous growth has been recorded in all EDI processes not least due to the new SPAR EDI Competence Center in Salzburg. In the first ten months of this year, SPAR recorded a double-digit increase in electronic despatch advices and electronic invoices, showing that efficient supply chain processes represent a core element in SPAR’s corporate strategy.

New products
The EDITEL product family is also growing constantly. A state-of-the-art archiving solution, which will support various EDI processes, but will above all be used in the archiving of electronic invoices, is the latest addition. The new EDI integration platform, which we will present in the next issue of this journal, will be another puzzle piece. It will enable EDITEL to also provide all EDI sub-processes as a service. This way, EDITEL is sharpening the profile of the EDI full-service supplier able to offer solutions for all customer requirements in terms of electronic data exchange. We wish all our customers and partners a Merry Christmas and look forward to supporting your EDI projects again in the year 2011. Enjoy reading your EDITEL Journal!

The EDITEL Journal is published as a supplement to GS1 Information with a circulation of 13,000 copies in German, as well as in English, Czech and Hungarian for our international customers as an online version under www.editel.eu

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