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Top Answer: We are able to monitor all B2B messages, and we are able to see or track each message on it from an error perspective. That's a good side of it. It is working well, and we're able to do our current… more »
Top Answer: Their pricing has changed recently. They're bundling items. There are various pricing options available now. It's a wide range of pricing options, which makes it much more attractive for your… more »
Top Answer: It can be now classified as a legacy system because there are no more updates. From what I know, there will be no updates for the current version, which is an issue. Therefore, we are looking for a… more »
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Comarch EDI provides your company with a competitive advantage by fast and secure transmission of data from all business partners in the world. We guarantee the automation of data processing across the supply chain starting with the ordering process, through the picking and delivery, all the way to invoicing and processing of payments.

IBM Sterling B2B Integration Services are designed to alleviate the burden on internal resources by providing secure connectivity and collaboration with your customers, suppliers, and business partners. The solution is built on the cloud-based B2B integration and visibility capabilities of IBM Sterling B2B Collaboration Network and provides comprehensive service offerings for partner onboarding, B2B process management, and trading partner support.

  • Facilitate growth by rapidly growing and adapting your B2B community without burdening internal resources and capital
  • Reduce B2B total cost of ownership by reducing the cost and increasing the reliability of B2B operations

Accelerate B2B collaboration with global customers and suppliers by leveraging our B2B expertise.

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Comarch EDI is ranked 22nd in Business-to-Business Middleware while IBM Sterling B2B Integration Services is ranked 5th in Business-to-Business Middleware with 2 reviews. Comarch EDI is rated 0.0, while IBM Sterling B2B Integration Services is rated 8.6. On the other hand, the top reviewer of IBM Sterling B2B Integration Services writes "Flexible and scalable with great pricing options". Comarch EDI is most compared with , whereas IBM Sterling B2B Integration Services is most compared with OpenText Trading Grid, Mule ESB, SAP Process Orchestration, Mule Anypoint Platform and SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite.

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