Open source enterprise data integration tools, such as, WSO2 DSS and WSO2 DAS , play a key role in enterprise data integration.
EDI is a computer to computer communication standard for transferring formatted messages between two organizations doing business together. These organizations, called trading partners, must use a common EDI standard language, such as UN/EDIFACT, ANSI ASC X12, etc., to properly exchange information. While EDI requires two parties, the connections can either be direct or through a third party EDI service provider.
Your organization’s master data are the fundamental and independent entities used to complete operational transactions. These entities include your customers, vendors, products, materials, and anything else your company uses on a daily basis. This data is related to but does not include your organizations:
Higher education institutions have special information technology needs. Their networks, data, and applications must be equally accessible to both their staff, faculty, and students, but with different permissions and front ends. This makes maintaining and updating systems and application difficult and time-consuming. You also must make sure that your applications do not go offline for long. Students and faculty need access to their files with little downtime and no errors. Fortunately, there are three ways to do this. Your institution's enterprise application integration (EAI) strategy will depend on your needs and requirements.