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EDI for the Cloud

Data Masons EDI provides Cloud-enabled solutions for Microsoft Dynamics ERPs

Ready for the cloud on Day One of the latest ERP releases

Supporting Microsoft's initiative to move to the cloud with the new releases of Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions, Data Masons EDI is an ideal solution for customers moving to cloud-based environments, delivering the same benefits in the cloud that its unique, feature-rich technology model offers today.

With a focus on tight Dynamics ERP integration and end-to-end transaction support, Data Masons stands apart from other ISVs in the Microsoft Dynamics community with a solution architected to support cloud-based environments, even before cloud-based computing became a true business opportunity.

See choices below for the many features that make Data Masons EDI the solution-of-choice.


  • + Multi-tenant

    Multi-tenant and multi-instance

    Data Masons EDI supports multiple legal entities in a single instance with secure access to authorized users by entity. The solution can also support multiple ERP and EDI platform instances in a cloud-based platform.

    This feature makes the solution highly scalable and flexible to meet an organization’s specific business and technology requirements using a single code set.

  • + Customizable

    Highly customizable

    Unlike many cloud-based applications, Data Masons EDI has the ability to meet specific customization requirements without separate instances of the core application or application modifications.

    By eliminating costly code changes yet remaining flexible, organizations avoid EDI-related complications that they would otherwise face with future ERP upgrades or service pack installations.

  • + Web Services

    Web services

    Data Masons EDI employs secure web services to integrate data. In addition to integrating EDI transactions, the solution also detects and reports errors, automatically sending user-customizable error messages, error resolution instructions and workflow processes intended to correct the issue and retry the process.

    With browser-based integration that communicates to the cloud via web services, Data Masons EDI’s three-tier approach provides scalable performance and presents the application as a native component of the ERP solution - all without ERP platform customization.

  • + Automation

    End to end automation

    Data Masons EDI runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, providing unmatched business rules processing to minimize failures that can result in unnecessary costs and challenge trading partner relationships.

    And if a transaction does fail, Data Masons EDI automatically provides strong messaging to reach resolution quickly and efficiently.

  • + Integration

    True integration

    Most web-based EDI solutions that promote EDI translation and integration services via the web do little more than “throw a file over the wall”, leaving the difficult integration challenges to the Dynamics consultant and customer to maintain. In contrast, Data Masons EDI is designed for integration, advanced error trapping and alerting, which are necessary to achieve true automation and ROI.

    At the same time, Data Masons EDI’s non-embedded design and advanced EDI data storage within SQL allows only the data required by the ERP system to be integrated. All other data is stored outside of the ERP for easy retrieval when needed by the trading partner.

    By integrating only the required data, organizations can implement virtually any new compliance initiative without the need for costly ERP customizations or upgrades.

  • + Support

    Service and support

    Data Masons’ team of ERP and EDI experts includes industry specific veterans dedicated to recommending solutions unique to the industry and your business.

    Knowledgeable and friendly support is quickly delivered by the team and most frequently, on a first name basis.




If you're about to bring EDI into your processes, this brief will help you avoid the potential pitfalls often encountered. If you’ve attempted to implement EDI already, you’ll likely recognize at least some of the problems we describe, and gain from our explanations on how to avoid them. This paper will present a clear, simple path to successful implementation of a highly productive and profitable EDI initiative in your company.