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Advantco Debuts EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver PI
Advantco Debuts EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver PI

October 9, 2012 8:19AM
Advantco's New EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver® PI Offers Seamless Integration and Out-of-the-Box Scalability -- Product includes support for B2B integration standards such as X12, EDIFACT, EANCOM, IATA, and added support for Health Level Seven (HL7)

Raleigh, North Carolina, October 9, 2012 -- Advantco International LLC, an SAP® software solution partner in the SAP PartnerEdge™ program, today announced its Advantco EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver PI, a business innovation that provides customers with a native integration of EDI into SAP NetWeaver PI.

The Advantco EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver PI is an out-of-box, fully integrated solution that reduces development effort and minimizes project risk and costs. Using the existing SAP NetWeaver PI functionalities, the solution gives customers the same benefits as the standard SAP Adapters/Modules, including alerting, runtime workbench monitoring and channel monitoring.

"As longtime partners and recognized experts on SAP NetWeaver PI, Advantco knows how to take the complexity out of implementing EDI," said Michael Le, president and CEO, Advantco. "Our solution delivers a seamless integration between EDI and SAP NetWeaver PI and provides users with a true end-to-end solution that is intuitive and highly scalable."

Key Features and Benefits of the Advantco EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver:

• Seamless integration with SAP NetWeaver Adapter
• Two-way conversion supported: EDI to XML and XML to EDI
• Ready to use schemas for more than 10 major EDI dialects and all their available types/versions
• Automatic generation of receipt and acknowledgement
• Flexible options in dealing with designated EDI guidelines
• Advanced message splitting and routing to support multiple transactions in a single envelope
• Very well commented tags and elements in the schema,
• Custom EDI formats supported

Supported SAP NetWeaver® XI/PI Versions

Advantco EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver® PI is compatible with PI 7.0, PI 7.0 EHP1, PI 7.1, PI 7.1 EHP1 and PI 7.3


Advantco EDI Solution for SAP NetWeaver® PI is available now. Please see for more information.

About Advantco International LLC

Advantco International LLC is headquartered in Raleigh, N.C. with offices and resources in Europe and Asia. The company specializes in designing and implementing solutions based on the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform for customers worldwide. For more information, please visit

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