EDI Training

EDI Training Online Information, Basis And Events Schedule For Winter and Spring 2019

EDI Training gives a possibility to get certified by completing the mentioned classes.

  • The cost is $250 per session per person for each individual webinar (a la carte).
  • Pay $200 per webinar if you sign up for all 6 webinars at once. Email us info@ediacademy.com to get the discount or simply use this link.
  • Pay $150 for any webinar for groups of three or more from the same company (email us attendee details info@ediacademy.com and we will register you.)
  • These are live webinars, you have the opportunity to consult with an expert that has implemented EDI for a number of companies and trading partners.
  • Every attendee will become a Certified EDI Professional by the EDI Academy if they complete all 6 courses listed below.
  • Some courses have pre-requisites.
  • You will also receive a 100+ page course manual along with other educational resources.

EDI 101 – Introduction To EDI

Webinar Times: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST – 2019 Dates: Jan 14, 2019 — Mar 04, 2019 — Apr 08, 2019 — May 20, 2019

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 History and Origin of EDI
 Major EDI Advances
 How EDI is applied in different industries
 The Business Need for EDI Introduction to EDI standards
 EDI Components Overview
 Document Tracking and Monitoring Concepts
 EDI Software and Hardware Technology Environment

EDI 110 – EDI Connectivity and On-Boarding
Webinar Times: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST – 2019 Dates: Jan 15, 2019 — Mar 05, 2019 — Apr 09, 2019 — May 21, 2019

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 EDI Connectivity and On-Boarding
 EDI On-Boarding Best Practices
 EDI Connectivity – VAN
 EDI Connectivity – AS2/FTP
 EDI Connectivity – Best Practices
 Information about third-party EDI Service providers
 Information about EDI Testing

EDI 201 – EDI Enveloping and Structure
Webinar Times: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST – 2019 Dates: Jan 16, 2019 — Mar 06, 2019 — Apr 10, 2019 — May 22, 2019

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 EDI Enveloping ISA-GS-ST-SE
 Key terms related to the structure of EDI (e.g. qualifier, segment, terminator, delimiter)
 Instructions on using the ANSI X12 manual to look at transactions, segments and data elements
 Instructions on viewing EDI Implementation Guides and Mapping Specs

EDI 301 – 850,810, 856 ASN and UCC-128 Labels
Note: EDI 201 is a prerequisite.

Webinar Times: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST – 2019 Dates: Jan 17, 2019 — Mar 07, 2019 — Apr 11, 2019 — May 23, 2019

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 Deciphering EDI 850 Purchase Order
 Deciphering EDI 810 Invoice
 Deciphering 856 ASN – Standard Pack
 Deciphering 856 ASN – Pick &Pack
 Advanced Ship Notice – ASN Best Practices
 ASN Tare Levels
 UCC-128 Barcode Label

EDI 401 – Advanced Course: E-Commerce EDI and Change Order Automation
Note: EDI 301 is a prerequisite.

Webinar Times: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST – 2019 Dates: Jan 18, 2019 — Mar 08, 2019 — Apr 12, 2019 — May 24, 2019

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Change Order Processing. A study from the RVCF found that retailers changed orders an average of 4.4 times duringthe lifecycle of a PO. However, most organizations today handle the PO change process manually. Retailers today are sending out 860 EDI PO Change transactions more often than before. However, the major challenge is for the supplier to automate the 860 PO Change process. Most suppliers are still manually processing the 860 Purchase Order changes. The key to automating change orders is to refine the business rules and processes. In this session, we will provide examples of how some suppliers have been able to successfully automate the processing of change orders.

E-Commerce EDI Best Practices. E-commerce EDI usage is exploding. This worksshop will show you how to avoid common pitfalls and master transactions such as the 855 PO Acknowledgement, 869 Order Status Inquiry, 870 Order Status Report, and 846 Inventory Inquiry/Advice. Successful e-commerce EDI will help you boost productivity, reduce errors and improve trading partner relationships.

EDI 410 – Advanced Course: EDI for Finance, Inventory and Transportation
Note: EDI 301 is a prerequisite

Webinar Times: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EST – 2019 Dates: Jan 21, 2019 — Mar 11, 2019 — Apr 15, 2019 — May 28, 2019

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EDI for Finance. This workshop will show you how to implement EDI transactions such as the 820 RA/Payment and the 823 Lockbox. Finance EDI can help you improve productivity and reduce costs and errors in your treasury and accounts receivable departments.

EDI for Inventory and Sales. An inventory management system is incomplete without EDI. Learn best practices for EDI transactions such as the 846 Inventory Inquiry/Advice, 947 Warehouse Inventory Adjustment Advice, and the 852 Product Activity Data. This will enable you to provide inventory visibility to your partners and optimize inventory to meet goals for product availability and ROI. Studies show that the data input for about one quarter of Business Intelligence and Decision Support comes from EDI transactions. Learn best practices for implementing the 852 and other EDI-related transactions and watch your sales department reap the rewards.

EDI for Transportation. Transportation EDI is very powerful but underutilized. 3PL’s, freight carriers, suppliers and retailers can benefit from learning how to manage transactions such as 110 Air Freight Details and Invoice, 204 Load Tender, 210 Invoice, 214.

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