Our expertise includes business process automation in retail sector, logistics, finance, manufacturing, and telcom. Our products help reduce labor and operational costs, boost a company's competitive capacity, and protect you from risks associated with human errors.
We manage internal and external e-doc interchange projects, enable e-factoring capabilities, and allow companies to interchange legally valid docs and EDI messages, such as ORDERS, ORDRSP, DESADV, RECADV, PRICAT, and more.
We solve complex tasks on integration and enable bulk connection to EDI services through easy-to-use and accessible tools.
We offer 24/7 support and guarantee failure-free Edisoft data center operation.
December 8, 1999, is considered the official date of Edisoft inception. On this day, we signed an agreement with Estonia Customs Department regarding Automated Systems for Customs Data (ASYCUDA) support.
Edisoft starts managing projects on implementing and supporting online customs declaration services. This becomes our top priority.
Edisoft experts do training for customs agents. At the same time, we start developing and supporting our own business apps for logistic companies.
Another important stage in our history is implementing EdiPlatform, a software solution designed for integration, management, synchronization, data interchange and analytics.
Edisoft develops and delivers system integration projects. We get much experience in various API integration and multiple data formats.
Edisoft offices are opened in the EU.
Upon active expansion to the EU and increasing our customer base to 1,000 companies, Edisoft starts conquering the CIS market by opening a local office there.
Edisoft conducts logistic projects in the EU and the CIS. With bulk EDI connection, more and more CIS-based companies get access to EDI services.
Edisoft implements the e-invoicing feature in X5 Retail Group, a Russian retail giant. Legally valid EDI becomes our top priority.
The company opens two more local offices in the CIS and gets the official GDSN provider status. MasterData service becomes officially certified by GS1.
Edisoft becomes regulated by government authorities in the CIS, which enables issuing advanced e-signature verification key certificates.
With successful X5 Retail Group experience, Edisoft moves to the next stage of EDI implementation for the retail giant.
CorePlat alpha and beta versions are released, designed to replace the previous version of the EDI platform.
LinkServer integration system is being developed. This platform will enable internal and external EDI automation, as well as speed up the e-doc signing process like never before.
FactorPlat, a multibank factoring platform for supporting three-party transactions based on legally valid e-docs, comes to the market. This becomes one of the first such solutions in the CIS and the EU.
Edisoft joins the Factoring Companies Association.
A few new offices in the CIS are opened.
FactorPlat runs a series of successful tests and is released to the public. A number of transaction networks, factoring companies, and banks start using this platform.