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|VANs comprise two components, a network and an application. [...] The application provides added value to data network and allows users to purchase facilities as electronic mail, on-line database access, and EDI. (Emmelhainz 1990: 17).
VANs offer different Services: (i) Network Services: Connects Network Services and has high level of security and systems resilience. (ii) Post/ Mailbox Services: Often referred to having 'clearing house' or 'store and forward' functions. (iii) Enabling Software Services: VAN suppliers will often also offer software, both to make connection to the network and to convert in-house document standards to and from an adopted trade standard.
VANs comprise two components:
The application provides added value to data networks and allows users to purchase facilities such as electronic mail, on-line database access, and EDI.
The following services are typical of those provided by VAN suppliers:
A network service connects trading partners and has high levels of security and systems resilience, and may provide multiple routing paths and physical links.
This service is often referred to as the central ‘clearing house’ or ‘store-and-forward’ function of the third-party VAN network.
The VAN supplier will often also offer software, both to make connection to the network and to convert in-house document standards to and from an adopted trade standard.
The actual source is given at the end of the page; but it is not made clear, that most of the text is copied literally.
The reference to Emmelhainz (1990) is misleading, since this text cannot be found there. These sentences are intermingled with ones documented at Fragment 037 01 which are from that source.