NetEDI platform connects the leading web-based EDI service with Sage 200 to seamlessly integrate important order and invoice information from your trading partners while eliminating costly keying errors.

Scalable EDI Platform

NetEDI delivers truer processing than most systems by using direct web service integration with Sage.

Sage 50 or Sage 200

Available for both Sage 50 and Sage 200, NetEDI has the facilities to meet any level of business requirements.

Low cost and cloud based

Based on the Cloud, NetEDI delivers greater functionality with less cost and greater efficiency than traditional EDI software.

A Single EDI connection for all your needs

With the NetEDI integrated service, connect once to the industry’s leading platform and it will allow you to integrate with any trading partner and exchange any message type. The platform is easily scalable which means you can quickly add new trading partners, data and transaction types and scale for the future growth of your business. NetEDI delivers greater functionality with less cost and risk than traditional EDI software.

NetEDI’s Sage EDI service supports:

  • Sales/Purchase Order
  • Order Acknowledgement
  • Invoice
  • Advanced Shipping Notice
  • Delivery Note
  • Sales & Inventory Report

Contact us for more information on how NetEDI can help your business.

Features and benefits of NetEDI

Single EDI service

One EDI service that will meet all your trading partner requirements, now and in the future.

In, out, or both

Whether it’s bringing orders into Sage 200 to remove manual entry, sending invoice data to your partners to streamline their process (and help you get paid!), or other processing requirements, NetEDI can meet your needs.

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