A decade ago or so, there were three leading enterprise data interchange (EDI) and business-to-business (B2B) network integration providers: Sterling Commerce, Inovis, and GXS. While the latter two merged under GXS in the mid 2000s, Sterling Commerce is now a part of IBM’s Smarter Commerce initiative.
Now, OpenText, a provider of enterprise information management (EIM)software, has announced
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Information Exchange portfolio of managed file transfer, secure e-mail, fax, capture, and EDI with GXS'' portfolio of B2B integration services and managed services. These combined capabilities should help customers to extend their partner networks to automate multi-enterprise processes and manage value-added commerce transactions. GXS enables businesses to streamline new product launches, digitize accounts payable, automate warehouse receiving, conduct e-invoicing and e-payments, and increase global supply