The ECR Baltic EDI working group began in early 2007 and its aim was to ensure that retailers, manufacturers, distributors and solution providers in the FMCG and Grocery sectors would have an accurate understanding of the best way to use and implement EDI.

On behalf of ECR Baltic, we would like to thank all of those listed below who freely gave of their time and expertise as members of ECR Baltic EDI working group.


Mažvydas Stundžia (Maxima LT)
Anna Zolotarjova (RIMI Baltic)
Aiga Priede (RIMI Baltic)


Jolanta Kepalaite (UAB Nestle Baltics)
Jānis Bērziņš (Unilever)
Oskars Sniegs (Henkel Latvia)
Ivo Kirss (P&G)
Līga Stankēviča (P&G)


Jevgēnijs Semjaņņikovs (Karsten Latvian),
Uldis Stirna (Karsten Latvian)


Consultants, Solution providers and Associations:

 Mihhail Ralkin (Edisoft Baltic)
Aleksei Dobrõšman (Edisoft Baltic)
Ivita Keiša (Edisoft Latvia)
Guntars Šube (Telema, Latvia)
Maiko Kalvet (Telema, Estonia)
Toomas Veersoo (Telema, Estonia)
Liene Šauriņa (GS1 Latvija)
Edgars Pentjušs (ECR Baltic)




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EDI benefits and challenges

What types of data can you exchange using EDI?

Business process and message samples

Planning for EDI

Implementing EDI

Check list to start EDI in practice

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