The Internet, which has entered into almost every corner of the business world, is starting to be employed as a vehicle for electronically transmitting purchase orders and invoices between retailers and their trading partners. By leveraging the Internet for the electronic exchange of business documents -- what's known as electronic data interchange (EDI) -- retailers and their trading partners are developing a viable alternative to the value-added networks (VANs) or dial-up connections that ...

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