Karri Lehtonen, COO
Recently, the maritime industry has been engaging in several data standardization projects. While creating standards is important and may help the industry to improve stakeholder communication, the implementation of new standards is challenging. Also, legacy technologies that the majority of maritime stakeholders use still today won't be able to easily adopt the new standards. However, modern technologies can help to bridge the gap between any standards and systems. This session will elaborate on how different data formats and standards can be harmonized in a way that it simplifies communication between all parties.
Karri Lehtonen, COO
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN PRACTICE
As a standard, EDIFACT is complex, only semi-structured, and difficult to read by humans. However, it is still widely used today.
In this webinar, we'll show you how our tool translates EDIFACT messages into your preferred format automatically.
You'll also learn more about:
- The challenges of B2B integrations/EDI
- The role of the cloud in EDI
CEO, Jaakko Elovaara is going to speak at the event. The title of the presentation: "Data integration powers the digitalization of global logistics.
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