Internet-Based Financial EDI: Towards a Theory of Its Organizational Adoption

  title={Internet-Based Financial EDI: Towards a Theory of Its Organizational Adoption},
  author={Matthew K. O. Lee},
  journal={Computer Networks},
Financial electronic data interchange (FEDI) is an emerging technology that permits the exchange of structured financial documents via computers among trading organizations and banks. It can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of corporate business processes through the rapid transmission of financial information and the elimination of paper work. Amongst the many benefits of FEDI is better cash management, which enables an organization to conduct its business at a minimum net cost of cash… CONTINUE READING
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