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The new reality - the reality of the data explosion. From mobile applications to real-time analytics, this explosion of data has shined the light on the necessity of a scalable, cloud-capable, B2B/EDI integration solution.
Read more on the Axway Blog: https://www.axway.com/en/blog/2017/03/digital-b2b-integration-what-it-and-how-it-driving-change
Data Validation: Data assurance is the most important aspect of any business relationship and one that must be protected at all costs. The guarantee of protecting and facilitating the reliability of data requires that its use, processing, storage, and transmission are required in meeting regulatory compliance and guarding against cyber-attacks, including ransomware[ii]. Typically, there are four basic types of data validation: code checking, complex validation, range checking; and data type validation. Above all, data validation must ensure that data is correct, meaningful, and secure. This can be accomplished using security protocols, data integrity checking, threat blocking, policy enforcement, monitoring, and guaranteed delivery.
Today, B2Bi cloud and hybrid, plus integration services, are streamlining this process by supporting both rapid integration of disparate data sources, and synchronous validation. When combined with innovative APIs, businesses and data-dependent operations can rapidly integrate separate systems with each other, whether they’re networks, database systems or customer devices.
Compliance: To ensure compliance, it’s imperative for businesses to address each unique requirement for all parties in the value chain. This includes government entities, private suppliers, service level agreements (SLA) commitments, B2B partners, local laws, regulatory bodies, manufacturers and other global businesses. This may be extended to describe privacy data, insurance, legal, health care data, data audit trails, proprietary data and financial data as well as other types. The sensitive nature of such data requires the use of encryption during transmission, storage, processing and archival.
The solution to addressing mounting compliance requirements, risks and concerns demands that the infrastructure conform to industry, not the other way around. Digital B2B Integration Services are allowing global partners from banking to healthcare, make the transition to a file interchange that fits their specific regulatory needs, by using the power of B2B/EDI communication combined with the support of integration services.
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Digital B2B Integration: What is it and how is it driving change?
What is it and how is it driving change?