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Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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The savings come from improvements in a number of areas (O'Callaghan and Turner 1995: 9-11; Seffinga 1996: 15; Parfett 1992:16):

Better use of personnel through reduction in document handling tasks. The savings in document handling are dependant upon how the document was processed prior to EDI.

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Reduction in other costs such as exception handling and premium freights due to a mistake in a purchase order. [...]

Cheaper and more efficient information processing reduces the transaction costs of writing contracts, and monitoring and ensuring secure commitments, thus making external provision of production more attractive. Furthermore an EDI system may reduce the amount of management influence as the routine nature of EDI transactions short circuits many internal operations and thus reduces the necessity for management intervention.

3.2.2 Strategic benefits

The implementation of EDI within an organization provides a chance to improve internal operations and even to redesign business processes altogether (Seffinga 1996:15).


O'Callaghan, R. & Turner, E. 1995, EDI in Europe: How it works in Practice, West Sussex.

Parfett, M. 1992, What is EDI? A Guide to Electronic Data Interchange, 2nd ed., NCC Blackwell Limited, Oxford, England.

Seffinga, J. 1996, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Stand und Potentiale, Hochschulverlag AG an der ETH Zürich.

They suggest that cheaper and more efficient information processing reduces the transactions costs of writing contracts, and monitoring and ensuring secure commitments, thus making external provision of production more attractive.

[...]

An EDI system may reduce the amount of management influence as the routine nature of EDI transactions short circuit many internal operations and thus reduce opportunities for intervention.

[...]

The savings come from improvements in a number of areas: reduction in document handling tasks, reduction and/or better use of personnel, reduction in inventories, and reduction in other costs such as exception handling and premium freight (e.g. due to a mistake in a purchase order). The savings in document handling are dependent upon how the document was processed prior to EDI.

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The implementation of EDI within an organization provides a chance to improve internal operations and even to re-design business processes altogether. The improvements can result from a review of current operations that should precede the implementation of EDI, from the integration of EDI with other systems, from better use of personnel, and from the management of more accurate and timely information.

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EDI furthermore enables suppliers to send accurate and timely invoices thus a higher proportion of invoices get paid in time.

[...] This includes the elimination of errors in transcribing information from one medium (paper) to another (computer) and the reduces [sic] chance of mismatching orders, ie. fewer good [sic] returned, and a cost reduction in repeat deliveries to put errors right and reduction of redundant work.

EDI enables suppliers to send accurate and timely invoices. [...] The net result is that a higher proportion of invoices get paid on time.

[...]

This includes the elimination of errors in transcribing information from one medium (paper) to another (computer) and the reduced chance of mismatching orders, ie fewer goods returned, and a reduction in repeat deliveries to put errors right.

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