EDI Standards: The Developement of Global Data Standartization EDI Standards History may be connected to 1968 when the United States Transportation Data Coordinating Committee (TDCC) was created for working on standard for electronic documents interchange in automotive and railway industries. Further development of the standard and therefore EDI Standards was given to American National Standards Institute (ANSI). EDI Read More →

Rite Aid 835 EDI – Payment Remittance Advice Rite Aid 835 EDI is subjected to ‘Level 2’ or external testing as defined in the regulations on January 1, 2011 for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). A very good way to examine the Rite Aid 835 EDI is to think of it as an explanation Read More →

EDI Document basis and a list of X12 transactions EDI Document is definied by X12 standard as “document” or “transaction set”. EDI Document means a set of data representing complete information package needed for parties participating in operations. Transaction set (EDI Document) in most cases represents a usual document which is used by companies in everyday operations, Read More →

Rite Aid EDI Supported Transactions Rite Aid EDIsupports the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12 uniform standards for inter-industry exchange of electronic business documents. Versions 4010 and selected 5010 transactions are supported by Rite Aid. Additional 5010 transactions will be available in the near future. Currently Rite Aid is migrating Read More →

Macy’s 810 EDI Invoice Requirements for Vendors Macy’s 810 EDI Invoice must be transmitted via EDI using EDI 810 documentation. All hard copy invoices must be sent to Accounts Payable and are subject to expense offsets. Adherence to Macy’s 810 EDI Invoice and mapping guides is required. Missing and/or invalid data may result in expense offsets. Read More →

Macy’s UPC Code: Product Identification for Merchandise Macy’s UPC Code (Product Identifier) is required to represent a style and utilize the NRF color and size fields to further define colors/sizes within the style so as to create a single record for each product that are purchased. It is essential that where Macy’s is acquiring Merchandise Read More →

Macy’s EDI General Standards and Documents Macy’s EDI program requires vendors to utilize industry-wide technologies. In order for a new vendor to be set up as a Macy’s vendor, a GS1 certificate and GS1 company prefix must be established. For that and other reasons, new Macy’s EDI vendors (as well as vendors who are changing Read More →

EDI Segments Usage – Mandatory/Optional EDI Segments Usage depends on partner specifications agreed during testing and setting stage. When business partners discuss the list of EDI documents they are going to use in their relationship, they set specific rules to electronic data interchange process. EDI specifications include the fields and the segments one trading partner will Read More →

EDI Segment definition and example EDI Segment is a combination of the coherent elements or compound data grouped for representing useful information. For example, segment can contain information about product, its color, size, weight, volume etc. EDI Segment can be met in a document once or several times. In an EDI document, each section is described Read More →