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  1. Secure EDI over the Internet …and Beyond Presented by: Baxter New Inovis Inc.

  2. Today’s Discussion Will Cover • EDI-INT AS2 Overview • Who Uses AS2 • EDI-INT AS2 Benefits • An Ideal EDI-INT Solution • Beyond EDI-INT to B2B Integration

  3. What is AS2? Electronic Data Interchange for Internet (EDI-INT)Applicability Statement 2 (AS2) • Developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF.org) • Endorsed by the UCC and the Global Commerce Initiative • A specification for transporting EDI, XML or other documents over the Internet using HTTP in a secure, reliable manner

  4. Basic Security Fundamentals Privacy – message content privacy via data encryption The document can only be viewed by the Sender/Receiver Authentication – via sender’s digital signature The sender is actually who they claim to be Integrity – hash totals are enclosed in MDNs Document cannot be altered w/o the receiver detecting a change Non-repudiation – signed MDN receipt acknowledgment The receiver cannot claim they did not receive the document

  5. How does AS2 Work? HTTP server Internet EDI X12 850 Partner A 2 1 Verify signature & decrypt data (Authentication & Integrity) HTTP server Sign, Encrypt & Send data (Privacy) 3 Certified AS2 Server (BizConnect) Certified AS2 Server (BizLink) MDN Create, Sign & Send MDN (Non-repudiation) Translator Translator ERP System ERP System Partner B

  6. What do you need to use AS2? • Access to the Internet – DSL, cable, T1, T3, etc.. • Certified AS2 Server • HTTP server • SMTP server (optional) • Firewalls – depending on company policy • If AS2 Server in DMZ – open up port • If AS2 Server behind firewalls - relay server

  7. Who Uses AS2?

  8. Reasons for using AS2? • Pressure from larger trading partners, retailer and manufacturers • Reduced costs (VAN, manual processing, etc.) • Staying current latest technology • Preparing for the future (UCCnet, CPFR, etc) • Other

  9. What are the benefits of AS2? • Interoperable • A standard supported by UCC and others • eBusinessReady Certified • Cost-effective • Leverages the Internet • Speed & Efficiency • Offers near real-time transaction processing • Faster and more dependable than bisync • Secure • Security and non-repudiation via digital certificates • Uses SSL to secure the transport pipe

  10. What are the benefits of AS2? • Control • You retain transaction and data management control • Control transport schedule for batch processing • Supportable • Quick to set up • Easier to support and maintain compared to bisync • Extendable • Exchange large transactions such as POS and sales forecasts • UCCnet and other industry exchanges • XML via AS2 is used for item synchronization

  11. Interoperability Tests • Conducted by the Drummond Group • 22 vendors participated in latest AS2 Tests • http://ebusinessready.org/as2.html • Inovis was one of the original AS2 providers • Re-certify when changes are made or after two rounds of interoperability tests

  12. Interoperability Certification eBusiness Ready Interoperability Certified • AS1 (EDI-INT) • AS2 (EDI-INT) • AS3 (EDI-INT)* • ebXML UCCnet Certified • UCCnet Synchronization Suite • Communication (XML via AS2) • Message Translation • Implementation (consulting, education)

  13. What is an IDEAL AS2 Solution? • Certified eBusinessReady by the Drummond Group • Easy to set up and simple to test • Scalable solution • Multiple protocol support • Out-of-the box support for • Trading partner management • Certificate management • Transaction management • Integrated mapping solution • Integrated UCCnet synchronization solution

  14. Secure Internet-EDI – Other Methods Business-to-Business Integration (B2Bi) • EDI-INT (AS1, AS2, AS3) • VPN • Secure FTP • Web Forms • VANs / Exchanges

  15. Sample Total Solution

  16. The path to e-collaboration e-Collaboration The Industry: UCCnet, UCC, EAN, FMI, GMA, VICS,Transora, WWRE, ECCC, GCI, Wal-Mart, Kraft, Wegmans, P&G, Ahold, Microsoft, IBM, IPNet, etc… 7. Collaborative insight & product development 6. Collaborative sales & promotion planning You 5. Collaborative supply chain management 4. Collaborative transaction management 3. Item synchronization Benefits 2. Single item registry Time / Degree of trust & complexity 1. Common data standards Source: A.T.Kearney for GMA - FMI

  17. Q & A