Stedi is a platform for building and managing EDI integrations. It encapsulates the complexity of EDI and helps you integrate with external systems, such as ERPs, iPaaS platforms, and custom applications.
Stedi supports all 300+ transaction types across every release of the X12 standard and can accommodate any requirement for exchanging, processing, or generating EDI files. With Stedi, you can handle hundreds of millions of transactions per day and process large EDI files that are gigabytes in size.
Stedi is SOC2 Type 2 certified and HIPAA-compliant. Some of the largest and most innovative companies in the world use Stedi to process their sensitive data across retail, supply chain, transportation, aerospace, defense, healthcare, finance, insurance, and more.
How Stedi works
At its core, Stedi is an EDI translation layer.
You send JSON to Stedi, and Stedi generates EDI files and delivers them to your trading partners. Your trading partners send EDI to Stedi, and Stedi automatically translates those files into JSON and sends them to your business systems.
There are two main aspects to configuring EDI integrations on Stedi.
Onboard trading partners
Anyone, regardless of their technical background or EDI experience, can add a trading partner configuration to Stedi in about 15 minutes. This involves defining the transaction sets you plan to exchange with that partner and the communication methods you plan to use (e.g. SFTP/FTPS or AS2).
We can help you during a free onboarding call, or you can follow our step-by-step instructions.
Integrate Stedi with internal systems
After you configure your trading partner, you will set up pipelines to get transaction data into and out of Stedi. A developer can do this, or our onboarding team can do it for you for free.
- For each inbound transaction you receive from your trading partner, you can set up webhooks that forward processed data and events from Stedi to your systems.
- For each outbound transaction you want to send to your trading partner, you can make a Stedi API call to generate and deliver fully-formed EDI files.
As part of this process, you will transform transaction data to and from a format that your internal systems can understand.
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