X12 UOM Unit of Measure PO103 segment

Unit or Basis for Measurement UOM Code. Code specifying the units in which a value is being expressed, or manner in which a measurement has been taken. The 850 PO is the most popular EDI segment and the BEG-02 data element defines the PO type.   UOM Type Code Examples: EA Each AS Assortment CA Read More →

PO Type Codes

Code specifying the type of Purchase Order The 850 PO is the most popular EDI transaction in supply-chain and the BEG-02 data element defines the PO type. PO Type Examples: NE New Order NS New Store SA Standalone PO BK Blanket PO Complete List of PO Type Codes CODE DEFINITION & EXPLANATION AB Assortment Against Read More →

SEF

SEF: An open-standard file format SEF (The Standard Exchange Format) is an open-standard file format files ending with the extension .sef that defines the format and implementation guideline for proprietary and standard EDI documents. The Standard Exchange Format is an open-standard, computer readable, text format that contains the implementation guideline of an EDI document. The Read More →

SAP IDoc

SAP IDoc EDI Business Standartization SAP IDoc (intermediate document) is a standardized document, or data container, that is used to communicate with both SAP and non-SAP systems and exchange information. They resemble EDI documents and are commonly used to electronically transfer information, such as purchase orders, invoices, shipping notices and more. IDocs are based on two EDI standards, Read More →

NCPDP SCRIPT

NCPDP SCRIPT Standard In The Health Care Industry NCPDP SCRIPT Standard was first published in 1997 and has been updated at least annually based on the business needs identified by the industry. SCRIPT is a standard created to facilitate the transfer of prescription data between pharmacies, prescribers, intermediaries, facilities, and payers. Within SCRIPT, basic business operations Read More →

IATA Standards

IATA Standards (EDI Logistics Standards) IATA standards suit offers a comprehensive package of regulations and standards for the air transport industry to promote safety and optimize efficient operations. IATA Cargo-IMP IATA Cargo-IMP stands for International Air Transport Association Cargo Interchange Message Procedures. It’s an EDI standard based on EDIFACT created to automate and standardize data exchange between airlines and other Read More →

EDI Worldwide

EDI Worldwide Standards List And Description (Part 2) EDI worldwide standards appeared as business requirements were quite different and diverse, and organizations tried to optimize messaging formats. There are formats used across industries to facilitate business communication. We continue to describe international EDI standard formats. HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). HIPAA EDI is a set of Read More →

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 →

UCC

UCC (Uniform Code Council): Promoting Global Business Standards UCC (stands for Uniform Code Council) is an organization that establishes and promotes multi-industry standards for product identification and related electronic communication including B2B. Until 1972 Uniform Code Council was known as the Uniform Grocery Product Code Council. The goal of UCC is to enhance the global Read More →

ASC X12

ASC X12 (Accredited Standards Committee X12): Uniform Standards For Global EDI ASC X12 was chartered by the Accredited Standards Committee X12 to join North American companies using Electronic Data Interchange under common inter-industry standards. Today ASC X12 standards are supported by approximately half million companies using EDI transactions around the world. ASC X12 is closely Read More →