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Your EDI Payments – Exposed

There continues to be confusion around who pays the price for EDI. There are three answers to this based on the definition of the question.



EDI VAN costs

If the question is around the cost of transmitting EDI data, some people in that they believe that the suppliers should pay for the exchange of EDI data as part of the cost of doing business. There may be some retailers/Grocers that are trying to get the suppliers to pay the cost of all data exchanges, however in all of the years that I’ve been in EDI I usually see that trading EDI is a mutual benefit by both parties and thus each pays their side of the transmission or management of the data, as both gain a value for that exchange.

EDI development and support

 In concept, a Retailer gets a win for sending electronic PO’s as they’ll know that the data was received (using the 997) and that if their data was clean, the supplier will be able to process the data without much intervention (assuming they’ve integrated). The supplier wins that they get the PO data without data entry, and too if the information provided by their partner is clean no further intervention is needed, thus the cost is worth the service.

Passing on costs to the consumer

Lastly, there’s been a the day old adage that requiring EDI as the method of exchanging data by the suppliers will mean that the suppliers will increase the cost of goods by quite a bit. With that, there are some retailers concerned about bring additional suppliers on board. In all my years, no one has been able to prove that this has actually happened. I have found that any increase was not because of EDI but because of Compliance (or lack of) and had nothing to do with the cost of exchanging EDI.