Walgreens EDI compliance made simple
While it’s easy for small business owners to think that digital transformation is primarily an issue for large enterprises, many retailers prefer, or even require, all their suppliers to be EDI savvy.
Walgreens is the second-largest pharmacy store chain in the United States with stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. To be stocked in Walgreens, all suppliers – even small businesses – need to become a preferred Walgreens EDI supplier. You can stay competitive and achieve Walgreens EDI compliance with our small business EDI solution, the EDI-as-a-Service from EDI Here.
The EDI-as-a-Service from EDI Here provides an easy and affordable solution to B2B connectivity with Walgreens EDI compliance. Ideal for small to mid-size businesses, The EDI-as-a-Service from EDI Here reduces the manual labor of paper transactions and meets Walgreens EDI needs without requiring in-house EDI expertise or a dramatic shift in staffing.
Choose a trusted, reliable provider for Walgreens EDI connectivity
The EDI-as-a-Service from EDI Here is built on an EDI platform that has been enabling small business B2B connectivity for more than 20 years. With EDI-as-a-Service, organizations become part of the largest community of B2B trading partners, and take advantage of 24/7 technical support and a portfolio of solutions that can grow with their business.
The EDI-as-a-Service from EDI Here has a growing library of 1,100 pre-built maps and forms to reach major retailers in the US, Europe, and Australia that allow customers to quickly begin exchanging electronic transmissions.
Improve business efficiency while meeting Walgreens EDI requirements
Even without knowing much about EDI, The EDI-as-a-Service from EDI Here enables users to onboard trading partners and new mandates quickly while also optimizing their business with automated processes, such as one step packing, enhanced pick and pack, cross-docking, and drop-shipping capabilities. EDI Here is committed to continued investment in EDI-as-a-Service with new capabilities, such as enabling retailers to select a delivery slot and receive confirmation electronically – something that is fast becoming a requirement by all major retailers.