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EDI and IBM Sterling B2B Integrator

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Study method
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Duration
28.9 hours · Self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Certificates
  • Reed courses certificate of completion - Free
  • Uplatz Certificate of Completion - Free

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Overview

Uplatz provides this end-to-end course on EDI and IBM Sterling B2B Integrator. It is a self-paced course with recorded video lectures. You will be awarded Course Completion Certificate at the end of the course.

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is a technology used for the computer-to-computer exchange of business documents in a standard electronic format between business partners. It replaces traditional paper-based documents like purchase orders, invoices, and shipping notices with electronic versions, facilitating faster and more accurate transactions.

Key Features of EDI:

  1. Standardization: Uses standardized formats (e.g., ANSI X12, EDIFACT) to ensure different systems can communicate effectively.
  2. Automation: Automates the exchange of data, reducing manual intervention and minimizing errors.
  3. Speed: Accelerates transaction processing, improving business efficiency and responsiveness.
  4. Cost Savings: Reduces costs associated with paper, printing, and manual processing.
  5. Accuracy: Enhances data accuracy by eliminating manual data entry errors.
  6. Security: Provides secure transmission of sensitive business information.

Common Uses of EDI:

  • Supply Chain Management: Automating procurement processes, inventory management, and order fulfillment.
  • Retail: Streamlining order-to-cash processes between retailers and suppliers.
  • Healthcare: Facilitating the exchange of medical records, insurance claims, and billing information.
  • Logistics: Improving coordination between shippers, carriers, and receivers.

IBM Sterling B2B Integrator

IBM Sterling B2B Integrator is a comprehensive business-to-business integration platform designed to manage complex supply chains and business processes. It facilitates the seamless exchange of information and documents between business partners, leveraging EDI and other communication standards.

Key Features of IBM Sterling B2B Integrator:

  1. Robust Integration Capabilities:

    • Supports various communication protocols (e.g., FTP, AS2, HTTP/S).
    • Integrates with multiple systems and applications, including ERP, CRM, and legacy systems.
  2. Comprehensive EDI Support:

    • Handles multiple EDI standards (e.g., ANSI X12, EDIFACT, TRADACOMS).
    • Manages end-to-end EDI workflows, including translation, validation, and routing of EDI messages.
  3. Business Process Management:

    • Automates complex business processes with a graphical process modeler.
    • Provides tools for designing, deploying, and managing business processes.
  4. High Availability and Scalability:

    • Ensures reliable performance with load balancing, clustering, and failover support.
    • Scales to handle high transaction volumes and large data exchanges.
  5. Advanced Security:

    • Protects data with encryption, digital signatures, and secure communications.
    • Offers comprehensive access control and audit trails to ensure compliance.
  6. Visibility and Reporting:

    • Provides real-time visibility into transaction status and business processes.
    • Offers dashboards and reports for monitoring performance and compliance.
  7. Partner Management:

    • Simplifies onboarding and managing business partners with a centralized portal.
    • Supports various partner communication preferences and requirements.

Common Uses of IBM Sterling B2B Integrator:

  • Supply Chain Integration: Streamlining data exchanges between suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors.
  • Order Management: Automating order processing, from purchase orders to invoicing and payment.
  • Logistics Coordination: Enhancing visibility and coordination in transportation and warehousing operations.
  • Compliance and Reporting: Ensuring adherence to industry standards and regulatory requirements.

EDI and IBM Sterling B2B Integrator play crucial roles in modern business operations by enhancing data exchange efficiency, accuracy, and security across various industries. While EDI provides the foundation for electronic document exchange, IBM B2B Sterling Integrator offers a robust platform for managing and optimizing these processes on a large scale.

Certificates

Reed courses certificate of completion

Digital certificate - Included

Will be downloadable when all lectures have been completed

Uplatz Certificate of Completion

Digital certificate - Included

Course Completion Certificate by Uplatz

Curriculum

1
section
30
lectures
28h 55m
total
    • 1: About EDI and its Different Standards Preview 48:22
    • 2: EDI in Supply Chain Management 57:50
    • 3: About Different ANSI X12 Transactions 1:19:33
    • 4: Overview of IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Tool Preview 55:41
    • 5: Intro to Mapping and its Features & Options 1:02:25
    • 6: Mapping - Create Map, Structures, Rules 1:06:51
    • 7: XML Mapping Basics 43:34
    • 8: Database Mapping and Map Do's & Don'ts 42:51
    • 9: Mapping Lab 1:00:35
    • 10: Mapping Standard Rules - part 1 20:12
    • 11: Mapping Standard Rules - part 2 54:20
    • 12: Sample Map Creation with MRS 52:51
    • 13: Indexes Concept in Mapping 53:14
    • 14: Working Demo on Realtime Map 1:41:41
    • 15: User Exist and Common Translation Errors 55:22
    • 16: Intro to GPM and Business Process 1:10:22
    • 17: Outbound Business Process and Doc Extraction Services 1:06:48
    • 18: Inbound Process, Email Notification, Inbound Envelopes Setup 59:57
    • 19: Outbound Process, Email Notification, Outbound Envelopes Setup 48:48
    • 20: Multiple BPs Explanation 1:05:01
    • 21: Business Process Communication Protocols - FTP 48:40
    • 22: Business Process Communication Protocols - FTPS, SFTP, Resource Manager, Reports 58:54
    • 23: Business Process Communication Protocols - AS2 59:28
    • 24: Web Extensions, Overdue Ack, Correlations 1:03:02
    • 25: Webservices Producer and Consumer in SI 1:03:44
    • 26: Integration of SAP in SI 50:04
    • 27: Perimeter Server 53:53
    • 28: PGP in SI and Codelist using LJDBC 1:03:53
    • 29: Integration of Message Queue and WTX in SI 52:02
    • 30: Scalability, Optimization, and Tuning in IBM Sterling B2B Integrator 54:48

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EDI and IBM Sterling B2B Integrator - Course Syllabus

  1. About EDI and its Different Standards
  2. EDI in Supply Chain Management
  3. About Different ANSI X12 Transactions
  4. Overview of IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Tool
  5. Intro to Mapping and its Features & Options
  6. Mapping - Create Map, Structures, Rules
  7. XML Mapping Basics
  8. Database Mapping and Map Do's & Don'ts
  9. Mapping Lab
  10. Mapping Standard Rules - part 1
  11. Mapping Standard Rules - part 2
  12. Sample Map Creation with MRS
  13. Indexes Concept in Mapping
  14. Working Demo on Realtime Map
  15. User Exist and Common Translation Errors
  16. Intro to GPM and Business Process
  17. Outbound Business Process and Doc Extraction Services
  18. Inbound Process, Email Notification, Inbound Envelopes Setup
  19. Outbound Process, Email Notification, Outbound Envelopes Setup
  20. Multiple BPs Explanation
  21. Communication Protocols - FTP
  22. Communication Protocols - FTPS, SFTP, Resource Manager, Reports
  23. Communication Protocols - AS2
  24. Web Extensions, Overdue Ack, Correlations
  25. Webservices Producer and Consumer in SI
  26. Integration SAP in SI
  27. Perimeter Server
  28. PGP in SI and Codelist using LJDBC
  29. Integration of Message Queue and WTX in SI
  30. Scalability, Optimization, and Tuning in IBM B2B Sterling Integrator

Who is this course for?

Everyone

Requirements

Passion and determination to achieve your goals!

Career path

  • EDI Specialist
  • B2B Integration Specialist
  • Network Engineer
  • Cloud Architect
  • Supply Chain Integration Analyst
  • EDI/B2B Consultant
  • Business Process Analyst
  • EDI Coordinator
  • Integration Developer
  • EDI/B2B Project Manager
  • IT Systems Analyst
  • Application Support Analyst
  • EDI/B2B Integration Architect
  • Customer Support Specialist (EDI/B2B)
  • Logistics Coordinator
  • Data Integration Analyst
  • Business Systems Analyst

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