EDI 4.0

Process order transactions according to GS1

Order directly from the supplier without an intermediary

Build on a sustainable infrastructure for the step to Supply Chain 4.0

Create the basis for the digitized supply chain.

Have you ever wondered why you need to place orders through an intermediary? You don’t have to. Xatena has developed the future-proof infrastructure that connects you directly with your suppliers. Orders are placed on your own secure block-chain-based order channel, which guarantees trust for both parties. You can exchange the identical message formats according to GS1 standard without intermediary and direct connection. At the same time, you lay the foundation for a digitized supply chain. Xatena is merely the portal for access to this infrastructure.

The digitalization of the supply chain, which enables efficient, secure and traceable transactions with the integration of different parties, requires a different infrastructure than today’s EDI business via an intermediary. The transaction’s location on the blockchain enables efficiency, security and trustworthiness thanks to distributed ledger technology and shared encryption. Together with the UDI, which enables unique product identification, all transactions can be gradually integrated into the supply chain.

End2End digitalized order processing with ERP connection (all message formats according to GS1)

All transactions are unfalsifiable

Integration of all partners possible on a basis of mutual trust

Track & trace of the entire supply chain to the patient

Ensuring traceability of medical devices and in vitro diagnostics together with UDI

Blockchain-based (HyperledgerFabric)

Automated creation of new articles in ERP

Automation possible thanks to Smart Contracts

Cases

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