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Department of informatics, Copenhagen Business School Working Paper Series, Department of informatics, Copenhagen Business School

No 2000-9:
Electronic Commerce and Document Interchange: EDI Applications in Denmark

Kim Viborg Andersen, Niels Christian Juul, Niels Bjørn-Andersen and Deborah Bunker

Abstract: This paper analyses trends in EDI messaging in Denmark. Between 1995 and 1999,

there has been a sharp increase in the number of companies capable of sending and

receiving EDI messages as well as an increase in the number of EDI messages trans-

mitted. The major part of the increase is attributed to the health sector. Most of the

companies analysed within this paper only apply browser-EDI in business-to-business

trade to a limited extent. This analysis highlights the potential for expanding the EDI

traffic by its integration with ERP systems within Danish companies (ORACLE, SAP/R3,

Concorde and Navision) and also indicates the large potential for EDI growth and

application within the public sector. It is believed that this data highlights and represents

significant trends in EDI applications solutions within the Danish marketplace both

now and in the future.

Keywords: EDI messaging; Denmark; ERP Systems; Networks; IT industry; (follow links to similar papers)

JEL-Codes: L00; L63; O30; (follow links to similar papers)

24 pages, August 1, 2000

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