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Autor     Tim Weitzel / Peter Buxmann / Ralf Kronenberg / Frank Ladner
Titel    XML/EDI - the (r)evolution of EDI -
Ort    Frankfurt am Main
Jahr    1999
URL    https://web.archive.org/web/20110111105322/http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc

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Presumably, nowadays only 2 - 5% of all companies who could benefit from EDI actually use it. Especially small and mid-sized enterprises often name the high costs of implementing and running EDI as dissuading factors, and a current empirical study found pressure from larger business partners to be among the main reasons for the implementation of EDI. Furthermore, many of today’s solutions are platform dependent, meaning additional investments in both, hardware and software. Abstract:

Only about 5% of the companies which could profit from EDI actually use it. The main reason is that especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) try to avoid the considerable setup- and operating costs of traditional EDI solutions.

[...]

5 Conclusion

[...] Especially small and mid-sized firms often name the high costs of implementing and running EDI as dissuading factors. Furthermore, many of today’s solutions are platform dependent, meaning additional investments in both hardware and software.

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For more than 25 years, companies have been using EDI to transmit structured business documents like orders or invoices electronically. As opposed to paperbased communication, EDI is designed to make communication between different [systems possible without media discontinuities.] For more than 20 years, companies have been using Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to transmit structured business documents like orders or invoices electronically. As opposed to paper-based communication, EDI is designed to make communication between different systems possible without media discontinuities.
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Source is given on p. 14 as Weitzel et al. 1999. No quotation marks.

Weitzel et al. 1999 might refer to

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

or to

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online]. Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc Accessed: October 29 1999

As the text is copied literally without quotation marks it is a pawn sacrifice either way.

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But although there is an undoubtedly large savings potential, the use of EDI is by far not as widespread as one could expect. The main reason is that especially small and medium-sized enterprises try to avoid the considerable setup- and operating costs of traditional EDI solutions and that the standards are not flexible enough. In addition, the variety of different industryspecific and national EDI standards makes it difficult for businesses to decide which standard to use. Therefore, the use of EDI is mainly reserved for large companies, and, as empirical analysis shows, one of the main reasons for SMEs to introduce EDI is usually pressure from larger business partners (Weitzel et al. 1999).

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Ladner, F., König, W. 1999a, XML: Konzept und Anwendungen der Extensible Markup Language, SFB 403 FB-99-20, [Online].
Available: http://caladan.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/IWI/projectb3/deu/publikat/xml/index.htm
Accessed: October 29 1999.

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online].
Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc
Accessed: October 29 1999

But although there undoubtedly is large savings potential, the use of EDI is by far not as widespread as one could expect. [...] The main reason is that especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) try to avoid the considerable setup- and operating costs of traditional EDI solutions. In addition, the variety of different industry-specific and national EDI standards makes it difficult for businesses to decide which standard to use. Therefore, the use of EDI is mainly reserved for large companies, and a current empirical analysis shows that one of the main reasons for the introduction of EDI is usually pressure from larger business partners, which is often called "gun-to-the-head-EDI" [Westarp/Weitzel/Buxmann/König 1999].

Westarp, F. v./Weitzel, T./Buxmann, P./König, W. (1999): The Status Quo and the Future of EDI, forthcoming in: Proceedings of the 1999 European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS’99), http://caladan.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/IWI/projectb3/deu/publikat/edi/

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The source is given, but nothing is marked as a direct quotation.

Weitzel et al. 1999 might refer to

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

or to

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online]. Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc Accessed: October 29 1999

As the text is copied literally without quotation marks, no matter which source is meant, this is classified as a pawn sacrifice.

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Today, EDI is the business-to-business exchange of electronic documents in a standardized machine-processable format. EDI enables partners to electronically exchange structured business documents, such as purchase orders and invoices, their computer systems. EDI is a means of reducing the costs of document processing and, in general, to achieve strategic business advantages made possible by shorter business process cycle times (Weitzel et al. 1999).

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Ladner, F., König, W. 1999a, XML: Konzept und Anwendungen der Extensible Markup Language, SFB 403 FB-99-20, [Online].
Available: http://caladan.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/IWI/projectb3/deu/publikat/xml/index.htm
Accessed: October 29 1999.

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online].
Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc
Accessed: October 29 1999

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the business-to-business exchange of electronic documents in a standardized machine-processable format. EDI enables partners to electronically exchange structured business documents, such as purchase orders and invoices, between their computer systems. EDI is a means of reducing the costs of document processing and, in general, to achieve strategic business advantages made possible by shorter business process cycle times.
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The source is given but it is not made clear that the text is so extensively copied.

Weitzel et al. 1999 might refer to

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

or to

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online]. Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc Accessed: October 29 1999

As the text is copied literally without quotation marks it is a pawn sacrifice either way.

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Existing solutions generally offer an HTML input mask, which allows the manual input of structured data, similar to the HTML frontend to a shopping system. Thus, there is no machine-to-machine connection and no way the client, usually the smaller partner, can import the EDI data into his inhouse systems.

[...] The obvious advantage of using the Web as a medium for EDI communication is that the only (client side) prerequisite is an Internet connection and a Web browser.

More important, WebEDI is mostly no more than an HTML-front-end to a shopping system. A user manually enters data into a form using a webbrowser as communication interface. Thus, there is no machine-to-machine connection and no way the client, i. e. the small partner, can import the EDI data into his inhouse systems.

The obvious advantage of using the Web as a medium for EDI communication is that the only (client side) prerequisite is an Internet connection and a webbrowser.

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