Macy's EDI program

Macy’s EDI Program Requirements Macy’s EDI Program includes the terms and conditions of trading VICS (Voluntary Inter-industry Commerce Solutions) EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) documents with Macy’s and its subsidiaries. Macy’s EDI Program requires that each party may electronically transmit to or receive from the other party any of the transaction sets (documents) listed in Vendor Standards Manual Packet. Read More →

HL7

HL7 Message Notes HL7 Message definition and description were already mentioned in our previous posts. Today we continue to speak about HL7 Message structure. There is a standard HL7 Message notation that is used to document the structure of an HL7 message. This notation consists of 5 rules: All messages start with an MSH Segment Read More →

HL7 standard

HL7 Standard Description HL7 standard is an abbreviation of “Health Level Seven” where “Level Seven” refers to the Seventh OSI layer protocol for the healthcare environment. The 7 OSI levels or layers are: Level 7: Application Layer Level 6: Presentation Layer Level 5: Session Layer Level 4: Transport Layer Level 3: Network Layer Level 2: Read More →

GTIN

GTIN: Creating Barcode Standards GTIN is a barcode symbology standard and it stands for Global Trade Identification Number. This is the number that uniquely identifies a product. The Uniform Code Council (UCC) and the European Article Numbering (EAN) Association have merged and are known know as GS1. GS1 Created the GTIN standard. The UCC and EAN Read More →

EDI Sarbanes-Oxley

EDI Sarbanes-Oxley Act Definition and Meaning EDI Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was created as a response to corporate fraud scandals such as the Enron, Arthur Anderson and WorldCom scandal. All publicly traded companies who are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) must comply with EDI Sarbanes-Oxley. EDI falls under the Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) 404 Read More →

edi specification

EDI Specification – The Basic Document for Testing  EDI EDI Specification is being created when two trading partners decide to establish and begin electronic communication and documents exchange. EDI Specification, first of all, contains EDI documents that will be sent by parties, with precise transaction description. EDI Specification describes the fields and segments necessary to Read More →

CLEARING HOUSE EDI

Clearing house and it’s role in Healthcare EDI Communication Clearing house is a third party service provider. It takes non-EDI data and translates them to EDI data. Clearing house can also translate EDI to EDI. This is done by taking the received raw data, massaging and scrubbing it. Then data are sent to another document. Clearinghouse can also Read More →

Valeo WebEDI

Valeo WebEDI  Survey At a Glance When the Valeo WebEDI survey started, about 1250 suppliers from 55 different countries from all over the world were active in WebEDI. 235 surveys were sent back to the Centre of Competence (CoC), which are 19%. This result gives the opportunity to work with facts to find improvements on the Read More →

WebEDI Valeo

WebEDI Valeo Advantages The benefits of WebEDI Valeo and paperless business processes with electronic messages and logistics data is obvious. But what does suppliers think about WebEDI Valeo? Where are the main advantages for them?. Valeo confirms that 50% of the users see an advantage with the same view of the data for supplier and customer. Read More →