Ameritech EDI Program

Ameritech EDI Program: Standards Electronic Data Interchange is often described as the computer to computer exchange of business documents in a standardized format. The EDI world has evolved significantly over the past 5 years with the introduction of many new products and services to make the implementation process easier and more successful. All of these Read More →

EDIFACT Envelope

EDIFACT Envelope Structure And Levels There are two EDIFACT Envelope levels in which messages may be transmitted. The use of a particular level designates which character set will be used: EDIFACT Envelope LEVEL A (UNA): only upper case; only printable characters EDIFACT Envelope LEVEL B (UNB): upper and lower case; includes non-printing characters for delimiters UNA: Read More →

997 Acknowledgement Reconciliation

997 Acknowledgement Reconciliation Most translators will automate the way 997s acknowledgements are handled. The process of sending 997s for incoming documents should be automated. Receiving 997s and reconciling them with the documents to which they are linked should be automated as well. A method must exist (e.g. e-mail notifications) to notify the EDI operations team of erroneous 997s. Not Read More →

EDI 997 Functional Acknowledgement

EDI 997 Functional Acknowledgement Mapping Guides 997 Functional Acknowledgement transaction is a response that confirms a file was received and could be properly read by the translator. 997 Functional Acknowledgement can also report on exactly what caused any errors on the original document. It can notify the sender whether the document was accepted or rejected. Functional Acknowledgements acknowledge receipt of Read More →

837 Healthcare Claim

837 Healthcare Claim Implementation Guides 837 healthcare claim can be compared to an invoice in the merchandising world. However, it is much more complicated than that and some consider it to be the most complicated EDI transaction set. The purpose of this transaction is to submit healthcare billing information from providers of healthcare services to payers, either directly or Read More →

EDI Technical Guidelines

EDI Technical Guidelines – Implementation With Parker Hannfin Vendors Over 50 Parker divisions use the EDI Gateway to manage hundreds of trading partnerships. Translation of ANSI X.12 formatted data by Parker Hannifin into and out of user-defined records is done by using Sterling Software Company’s Gentran EDI translation software. The version used at Parker was Read More →

Vendor EDI Communication

Vendor EDI Communication (Parker Hannfin Vendor Guides) Vendor EDI communication requires the use of a third-party network (VAN) service to provide store-and forward capability and compliance checking. Parker uses a dial out capability only. Trading partners do not have the ability to dial into Parker’s mainframe computer. A listing of Value Added Networks will be provided upon Read More →

Value Added Networks

  Value Added Networks Guides (The Parker Hannifin Vendor Guidelines) Before information can be transmitted using EDI, data from the sender/user must first be translated into a standard format, and then communicated using the standard format to a receiver. This communication process takes place through either point-to-point connection or through a third-party communications service. Point-to-point Read More →

Parker Hannifin EDI Program

Parker Hannifin EDI Program Story Parker Hannifin EDI program has been proven to be more efficient and less costly for both customers and suppliers to exchange such data electronically. Other industries followed, and today EDI has widespread application and is a key part of worldwide electronic commerce. As of 1995, Parker Hannifin has developed EDI trading Read More →

The Parker Hannifin EDI

The Parker Hannifin EDI Guidelines And Business Opportunities The Parker Hannifin EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) eliminate unnecessary paperwork by exchanging information directly between computers and between applications instead of by telephone, facsimile, or mail. Previously, corporations used different computers and systems, and the data communicated among these computers had to be manually reformatted. Today, EDI Read More →