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Data exchange

Have your system communicate directly with ours

Successful projects in digitization usually begin with an automated connection - for example, with an interface between customer and supplier. In this way standardized messages can be exchanged among each other – simply and automatically. This process is known as Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).

EDI makes it possible to convert data such as orders, delivery notes, invoices, order confirmations and much more into various structured and standardized formats and to send them within seconds via different communication paths. We can exchange the data between your ERP system and our ERP system - even across national borders. This eliminates the need for manual input, reduces sources of error and speeds up your supply processes.

Let us have a look at an example. After having placed your order in the Würth Online Shop an email with the order details will be sent to you automatically. The data will be sent in a structured format such as txt, datanorm or openTRANS-XML. If your ERP system is able to handle such data you can make your orders transparent in your own system using EDI.

Do you have an OCI interface? We would be happy to link our Würth online shop to your system. The useful features of our Würth online shop will still remain fully functional: scanner capture, cost center allocation, up-to-date product range and much more.

We support a variety of protocols and transaction standards.

  • VDA
  • XML
  • Other formats available on request

Würth can also offer customer-specific solutions on request. Data can be exchanged using the following protocols:

  • FTP
  • GXS (GEIS)
  • X.400
  • HTTP/S
  • SFTP
  • AS2
  • SMTP
  • Other protocols on request
Your benefits

Automatization of data exchange in your supply chain

EProcurement C-Parts
  • Fast data transfer
  • Accelerated and transparent business processes
  • High data quality without manual interaction
  • Reduction of input and handling errors
  • Reduction of costs and effort
  • Maximum of transparency
  • Flexible adaptability to needs and market changes
  • More free space for strategic projects
  • Standardized processes