EDI transmissions

Definition and key components of transmission specifications in EDI Transmission specifications in electronic data interchange (EDI) refer to the technical requirements and protocols for exchanging electronic documents between different computer systems or trading partners. These specifications outline the rules and formats for transmitting data securely and efficiently. Key components of transmission specifications in EDI include: Read More →

EDI Segment Directory

What is a Segment Directory in the context of EDI? A Segment Directory is a component that plays a crucial role in defining the structure and format of the data being exchanged between trading partners. A Segment Directory provides a comprehensive list of all the segments that can be used within a specific EDI message or document. Read More →

EDI training

What is the process of mapping in Electronic Data Interchange? EDI mapping is a fundamental aspect that ensures data is accurately translated from one system to another. EDI mapping is the process of translating data from one format to another to ensure compatibility between different systems. Think of it as a translator that bridges the gap between Read More →

electronic signature

Electronic signature in the context of electronic data interchange An electronic signature in the context of EDI refers to a digital representation of a person’s handwritten signature or a legally recognized symbol or process attached to an electronic document. In EDI, electronic signatures play a crucial role in validating and authenticating electronic transactions, making them Read More →