All posts tagged 'EDI'

14
Apr 2022
EDI for transportation

We recently published a blog post on EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) for Specific Industries where we took a quick look at various industries and their use of EDI. In this article, we will take a closer look at the use of EDI in transport logistics and especially in motor carrier freight transportation companies. In this …

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17
Mar 2022
EDI for Suppliers

Suppliers can offer a retailer a broad selection of products that can range from 10 to 300 or more different items. Considering that a large retailer (as well as a supplier) can have dozens or even hundreds of different trading partners. Exchanging such a volume of information by fax or e-mail, and manually entering an …

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22
Feb 2022
EDI integration

EDI – Electronic Data Interchange is a well-established protocol of business data exchange, which has become more and more widespread in recent years among businesses of all sizes and various industries. Through EDI, companies can exchange business documents that were traditionally communicated on paper or by e-mail. By replacing the exchange of paper or e-mail …

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10
Feb 2022
EDI Web service

Being an EDI-compliant company is one of the most effective ways to drive business growth. There are times when SMEs cannot collaborate with large companies because small companies do not meet their EDI requirements. In other cases, companies may lose their long-term large business partner because a large company moves to EDI and starts requiring …

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31
Jan 2022
EDI-for Manufacturing companies

Manufacturing and EDI: Introduction Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is an essential part of the modern manufacturing business process. EDI can speed up production, reduce labor and storage costs, and improve all manufacturing business processes. In this article, we will analyze how and why EDI is used in manufacturing companies and how to get started with …

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19
Jan 2022
Fully-Managed

In today’s highly competitive business market the efficiency gained through EDI implementation and integration is enormous. EDI (for electronic data interchange) allows companies to interact effectively with their business partners and opens new doors for small businesses to collaborate with large companies. There are various types of EDI solutions, it can be either locally installed …

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14
Dec 2021
What is EDI 824

EDI 824 Definition EDI 824 Application Advice is an EDI document that is sent in response to a previously received EDI transaction. EDI 824 reports the receipt of an EDI document and indicates its status. Application Advice can report various statuses: – acceptance – rejection – acceptance with change Normally, trading partners discussed and agree …

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14
Jul 2021
EDI in logistics

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Integration for Transportation and Logistics Electronic data interchange (EDI) is the exchange of commercial and financial electronic documents between business partners. There are several EDI standards used in transportation and logistics: – EDI X12 standard used in the United States and Canada. – EDIFACT – mainly used in Europe and international …

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22
Jun 2021
B2B communication via EDI

What is B2B EDI?  B2B (Business-to-Business) Integration, also known as Electronic Data Interchange EDI, is the process of exchanging business documents electronically either internally or amongst external business partners. Electronic data interchange (EDI) has become a standard data exchange practice in modern business. EDI allows companies to automate their business processes leading to greater efficiency. Automated …

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26
May 2021
EDI 820 Payment Order/Remittance Advice

What is EDI 820 Remittance Advice? EDI X12 820 Payment Order/Remittance Advice (or simply EDI 820), sometimes called as EDI payment, is an electronic document transmitted via EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) that business partners (seller, buyer, financial institution…) use to provide detailed payment information. Normally an EDI 820 transaction, is sent by the buyer to …

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