EDI worldwide standards

EDI Worldwide Standards List And Description (Part 1) EDI worldwide standards appeared when EDI came onto the scene, and companies have attempted to standardize B2B relationships. As business requirements were quite different and diverse, organizations have optimized messaging formats that resulted in a dozen EDI standards in use. There are formats used across industries to facilitate business communication as well Read More →

EDI Connection

EDI Connection via Virtual Private Network VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a network technology that creates a secure network connection over a public network such as the Internet or a private network owned by a service provider. Large corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies use VPN technology to enable remote users to securely connect to a private network. Read More →

EDI Standardization

EDI Standardization: A global solution for successful business operations EDI Standardization is what set EDI apart from other electronic methods of transferring data. Before getting into details about administration of EDI standards such as ANSI ASC X12 or UN/EDIFACT, it is important to understand why standards are used. EDI standardization and particularly standards are built on the Read More →

Barcoding EDI

Barcoding and Global GS1 Standardization World business communications count a hundred thousand different companies and organizations. Doing common worldwide business demands general rules and directives that help many companies reduce inter-industry problems. Global standards provide common language of information exchange, identification and business rules. Due to this, companies can cooperate in some vital points that Read More →

EDI Mapping

EDI Mapping Notes: Learn Useful Tips The content of the data and the format of the data have to make sense to the mapper.  If the mapper feels that the input or the output format of the data is unreasonable (e.g. too much unnecessary data) then the mapper should make the case for this concern and Read More →

HIPAA EDI Online

How EDI Works: Discovering The Advantages How EDI Works? This is a popular question usually asked by business owners, company managers, operational staff at EDI Academy trainings. Although EDI is quite widespread technology, there still remain some points to be discussed. Those who are not connected to electronic data interchange not always understand the difference Read More →

EDI via SFTP

EDI via SFTP and FTPS: usage and challenges EDI via SFTP and FTPS belong to the most commonly used communication protocols for electronic data interchange. EDI via SFTP and FTPS allows connecting business partners directly as well as via service providers. Some time ago, FTP was considered to be the most reliable transport mean with Read More →

B2B

B2B (Business-to-Business) Relationships B2B model means a type of business relationships where two companies sell products or services to each other. This model does not refer to companies and end consumers’ relationships (business-to-consumer or consumer-to-business models). B2B may be treated as supportive enterprise relationships between two business to reach the benefits goal, e.g. between manufacturer Read More →

Global Data

Global Data Synchronization: GS1 Standards The Global Data Synchronization NetworkTM (GDSN®) is the electronic transfer of standardized product information between trading partners and the continuous synchronization of that information over time. The GDSN helps to support all partners in having access to the same, accurate information. It’s all about product master data, which includes product Read More →

EDI Technology

EDI Technology as a powerful instrument for modern business EDI technology was initially designed to reduce a huge amount of electronic documents’ formats and standards. The main purpose of EDI is to standardize data within a separate internal process of exchange that makes this process run faster and more efficiently. Due to the rapid development Read More →