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10th
out of 14 in EDI
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2nd
out of 14 in EDI
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137
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102
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Overview

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the electronic interchange of business information using a standardized format; a process which allows one company to send information to another company electronically rather than with paper. Business entities conducting business electronically are called trading partners.

MessageWay provides a comprehensive set of secure client and server protocols to align with all potential trading partner requirements including SFTP/SCP, FTP/S, AS2, AWS S3, HTTP/S, SMTP/S, POP3/S and IBM MQ.
MessageWay provides for easy implementation of loosely coupled custom processes via command line or scripts for rapid migration and deployment. Programs and scripts can be developed in any language supported by the host server’s operating system.

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Sample Customers
Sertec, Nifco Poland, SMR, ITW
Cambridge Innovation Institute, Rhea Lana’s, MasterControl, Smooth Fusion, Kirby Risk

Data Interchange Darwin is ranked 10th in EDI while MessageWay is ranked 2nd in EDI. Data Interchange Darwin is rated 0.0, while MessageWay is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Data Interchange Darwin is most compared with , whereas MessageWay is most compared with MOVEit, Sterling Commerce Connect:Direct, AWS Transfer for SFTP and IBM Sterling File Gateway.

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