Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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One pioneer of Web/EDI is Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., which has extended its private EDI network to its entire trading community using an Internet-based system. Wal-Mart has also given the required client software to several thousand smaller suppliers, who can now receive purchase orders via the Internet and send back invoices simply by completing a Web-based form. The invoices are filtered through a server at Wal-Mart headquarters and integrated into the company's existing EDI system. Like Wal-Mart, many of the Fortune 1000 companies that have made large investments in EDI are unlikely to abandon it anytime soon. Instead, they will probably use Internet-based EDI to augment their existing infrastructure and allow smaller companies to join the trading community and share in its benefits. One pioneer of the shift to Web-based EDI is Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., which has extended its private EDI network to its entire trading community using an Internet-based system. Wal-Mart has also given the required client software to several thousand smaller suppliers.

Using Harbinger's TrustedLink Express, trading partners can now receive purchase orders via the Internet and send back invoices simply by completing a Web-based form. The invoices are filtered through a server at Wal-Mart headquarters and integrated into the company's existing EDI system.

Like Wal-Mart, many of the Fortune 1000 companies that have made large investments in EDI are unlikely to abandon it anytime soon. Instead, they will probably use Internet-based EDI to augment their existing infrastructure and allow smaller companies to join the trading community and share in its benefits.

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[3.4.3 XML/EDI]

By using XML to implement EDI many of the old problems of EDI (as discussed in previous chapter) are eliminated. [...] XML therefore maintains the content and structure, but separates the business rules from the data. By focusing on exchanging data content and structure, trading partners can apply their own business rules. Using XML it is also very easy to extend the communication to support new business processes, EDI will no longer be limited to rigid standards.

The fact that XML documents can easily be distributed using the Internet is another major advantage. This combined with the fact that XML is self-explaining provides the entire framework for what the XML/EDI group calls a new supply web. Earlier many EDI implementations only worked within their own Intranets. With XML this is no longer the case since XML provides connectivity through the [Internet.]

3.4.2 EDI using XML

By using XML to implement EDI many of the old problems are eliminated. XML maintains the content and structure, but separates the business rules from the data. By focusing on exchanging data content and structure, trading partners can apply their own business rules. Using XML it is also very easy to extend the communication to support new business processes, EDI will no longer be limited to rigid standards.

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The fact that XML documents can easily be distributed using the Internet is another major advantage. This combined with the fact that XML is self-explaining provides the entire framework for what the XML/EDI group calls a new “supply web”. Earlier many EDI implementations only worked within their own Intranets. With XML this is no longer the case since XML provides connectivity through the Internet.

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The XML tags can actually replace existing EDI segments or data-element identifiers, which produce a somewhat bigger file than an EDI file (before compression), but in which all the labels of the data elements (in other words the description or the explanations) can optionally be used as XML tag names. The XML tags can actually replace existing EDI segments or data-element identifiers, which produces a somewhat bigger file than an EDI file, but in which all the labels of the data-elements (in other words the descriptions or explanations) are included as well.
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