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TrueCommerce in Europe is the brand name that brings together three market leading EDI vendors in Europe: Wesupply, Atlas Products and HighJump B2Bi. TrueCommerce Europe delivers the next generation of EDI and e-Invoicing managed service to companies large and small looking to improve efficiency and reduce cost. TrueCommerce Europe is part of the global TrueCommerce and HighJump business serving 15,000 customers with almost 800 staff deployed.

TrueCommerce provides a fully managed, outsourced service that connects trading partners, regardless of their location, technology preferences or level of IT sophistication. Organisations can exchange data in numerous formats and are free from the complexities presented by the varied protocols used by different businesses. Our EDI and e-invoicing service leverages all the connectivity advantages of the Web to provide a common platform for trading partners of all sizes to link-up in a secure, reliable and robust environment.

Our clients span diverse markets, including Retail, CPG, Wholesale, Insurance, Building and Manufacturing; however, we specialise in situations where the timing, accuracy and volume of trade is critical. Our clients include leading companies such as A F Blakemore, Sainsbury’s, NFT, Hovis, Travis Perkins, Oakland International, Booths, Berry Gardens, Cranswick, Produce World, Graham, Jewson and Screwfix.


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August 2017

  1. Rule of Crumb scales up its trading network using TrueCommerce as EDI provider.

    Since initially implementing the TrueCommerce EDI solution, Rule of Crumb have added two further major customers to their network as part of their continued growth.

  2. KK Fine Foods selects TrueCommerce’s EDI Managed Service to meet its customers’EDI requirements

    KK Fine Foods will be trading with five of its key retail and food service customers, via the TrueCommerce trading partner platform, which will be integrated with the company’s Ross ERP system.

June 2017

  1. PDF invoice processing by TrueCommerce [download]

    TrueCommerce converts PDF invoices in to a standard XML document and verifies the PDF conversion process to ensure all invoice lines were included, and that the numeric values were interpreted correctly.

  2. Seafresh Group increases productivity, efficiency and accuracy with integrated EDI by TrueCommerce

    The solution enabled Seafresh Group to migrate from its existing unstable solution quickly and easily, with no investment required in software or hardware.

May 2017

  1. JML outsources its EDI platform to TrueCommerce for increased reliability and scalability

    Outsourcing EDI to TrueCommece for all its EDI requirements has streamlined JML’s internal processes, resulting in increased productivity and enhanced customer service.

February 2017

  1. HighJump TrueCommerce buys RedTail Solutions

    RedTail is a US provider of managed cloud service solutions for Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and global data synchronization network (GDSN)

  2. TrueCommerce helps Travis Perkins plc build on success with new EDI managed service

    Since moving to the TrueCommerce EDI managed service, Travis Perkins has been able to free up internal resources to focus on more strategic activities.

January 2017

  1. TrueCommerce Launches Sage 50 Accounts and Sage 200 EDI Integration in Europe

    Sage is seamlessly connected to the TrueCommerce global trading platform with over 23,000 retailers, distributors and logistic service providers.

  2. TrueCommerce awarded PEPPOL Access Point Certification and place on CCS framework

    TrueCommerce represents one of only 19 companies awarded a place on the PEPPOL Access Point Services Framework.

September 2016

  1. Yeo Valley selects TrueCommerce to streamline its supply chain using EDI

    As part of the transition to the TrueCommerce platform Yeo Valley will be migrating some of its smaller not EDI enabled customers over to using a web portal, whilst also rolling out EDI to suppliers who have historically traded with using traditional methods such as e-mail.