Macy’s 820 Remittance Advice EDI Transaction Macy’s 820 is an EDI Payment Order/Remittance Advice transaction set. Macy’s 820 Remittance Advice is used to request a payment and to transmit/report remittance information. Since an EDI 820 has two functions, the CSP can send the 820 transaction set to the Payment System to request a payment. The Read More →

EDIFACT

EDIFACT: History and Organizational Structure EDIFACT is an acronym for EDI For Administration, Commerce and Transport. It coordinates international standardization by working through the UN/ECE (United Nations/Economic Commission for Europe). EDIFACT standards are mostly used in Europe. This post will introduce general terms and organizational concepts necessary to understand proper usage of the standard. As we have Read More →

Macy's EDI Invoice

Macy’s EDI Invoice Requirements and Guides Macy’s EDI Invoice guide claims that Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) technology is critical to the mutual success of partner organizations. All data transmitted on all Macy’s EDI documents must adhere to VICS/GS1/X12 industry standards. The information given below in today’s post will help new Macy’s vendors learn the basic requirements for transmitting EDI Read More →

Macys EDI

Macy’s EDI Program Vendor Requirements Macy’s EDI Program requires any document properly transmitted, such as the PO, shall be considered to be a “writing” or “in writing” and any such Document when containing, or to which there is affixed, a Signature (“Signed Documents”) shall be deemed for all purposes to have been “signed” and to constitute an “original” when Read More →

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 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 →

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 →

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 →