CovalentWorks Announces the Availability of Free EDI Basics Training Guide – Second Edition

Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 9, 2004

CovalentWorks today announced the availability of the second edition of its popular free EDI Basics Training Guide. The guide is frequently downloaded from CovalentWorks’ web site by first time users of EDI. The second edition contains even more of the information that people who are new to EDI need to know.

CovalentWorks EDI Basics Training Guide explains what EDI is, and how EDI services work through easy to understand examples. Readers quickly gain an understanding of how an EDI system can help their business and why their trading partners are so eager for them to adopt it. The free guide is available at http://www.covalentworks.com.

“The second edition of the guide was expanded in response to the feedback we received from our readers” said Steve Brewer, president of CovalentWorks. “Our audience wanted additional content based on frequently asked questions. They also wanted help with understanding how to buy EDI for their small and mid-sized businesses. The new guide is more than twice as long as the first edition and it has been organized to be even easier to use.”

CovalentWorks developed the guide based on its extensive experience with providing EDI services to small and mid-sized companies that do business with some of the largest companies in the world including 3M, Circuit City, Federated Stores, GM, Home Depot, Office Depot, Maybelline, Michelin, Sears, Target, Toys R Us, Walgreens, and Wal-Mart.

“Our focus is making EDI as easy as possible for our clients. The free EDI Basics Training Guide is a great first step for seeing what is involved in implementing EDI, and understanding why a company may want to consider outsourcing EDI to a company such as CovalentWorks. CovalentWorks manages all of the headaches, making it easy for suppliers to be in compliance with each of their trading partner’s EDI mandates,” continued Mr. Brewer. “Clients have more time to focus on growing their business because they do not have to install any software, buy hardware or have any EDI expertise in-house.”

For additional information, contact CovalentWorks at (800) 496-3380 or visit http://www.covalentworks.com.

About CovlentWorks

CovalentWorks provides Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) solutions for small and mid-sized businesses that require a cost-effective EDI implementation. Now in sixth year of operation, CovalentWorks has earned its position as an industry leader through commitment to personalized customer service, an EDI system that has been tested and retested for reliability, security and easy of use, and affordable solutions delivered over the internet. No software, hardware or additional personnel are required. Clients only need internet access and email.

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