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For over three decades, Commport has been a trusted leader in facilitating seamless business-to-business document processing via our robust Commport VAN system. With enduring partnerships and comprehensive interconnections with all leading VAN service providers, connecting to the Commport VAN offers you a streamlined connection for transmitting and exchanging critical B2B documents, including Purchase Orders, Invoices, Shipment Notices, and more. Whenever and wherever you do business.
Commport facilitates the exchange of information electronically between you and your trading partners through our Value Added Network (VAN). Our VAN is a key component of EDI, acting as a single communications link to multiple trading partners.
It is the medium that enables business documents to be transmitted electronically between a diverse group of organizations, nationally and internationally.
We operate as an EDIINT gateway, connecting directly with your trading partners and customers using AS2, FTP and sFTP as required.
There are many benefits to using The Commport VAN to handle your B2B documents
Beyond transmitting your data with the highest levels of security and accuracy, Commport offers a complete range of value added services:
Rely on Commport for all your communications requirements!
Your varied trading partners may require the use of an array of communications options; FTP, AS2, SFTP, VAN. Partnering with Commport enables you to focus on your business, leaving the technical communications to experts in that field: Commport.
Commport can establish a single connection between you and the Commport Network and then Commport can manage all connectivity with your partners. This enables you to rely on one proven connection while also responding to and supporting your trading partners’ various requirements.
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Value Added Networks (VANs) are third-party service providers that facilitate the exchange of electronic data interchange (EDI) transactions between trading partners. They act as intermediaries that receive, validate, translate, and route EDI transactions between businesses, ensuring smooth and secure communication.
A value-added network is the medium that enables business documents to be transmitted electronically between a diverse group of organizations, nationally and internationally.
A value-added network (VAN) is a private, hosted service that provides companies with a secure way to send and share data with its counterparties. Value-added networks were a common way to facilitate electronic data interchange (EDI) between companies.
A value-added network (VAN) is used by businesses to exchange information with each other. The main goal of a VAN is to facilitate electronic data interchange (EDI) between businesses. The VAN sits on top of an existing common carrier. The carrier provides additional services on top of the infrastructure called value-added services. Hence, the name value-added network.
Here is the list of value-added network services provided by Commport Communications
2. Improved exchange
The one-to-one network is a connection between two businesses exchanging data.
A single business connected to multiple other businesses, e.g., a major retailer connected to its different suppliers.
Multiple businesses connected to one another. This is the most common type of network used in the financial markets since there are many market participants connected to each other via a single venue.
An EDI VAN receives mail from a sender, sorts, and delivers it to the recipient's mailbox. A trading partner retrieves messages by connecting to the VAN, which validates the message and verifies the recipient's identity. It then provides a full audit trail, and all messages are tracked and accurately recorded
An EDI VAN is a provider of data connectivity as a service over an outsourced network. VANs enable rather simple EDI setup and the communication and exchange of standard-based EDI events and documents by decreasing the number of involved stakeholders