Covisint EDI Supplier Connection Document Flow Overview Covisint EDI Supplier Connection is a web based application allowing GM and their business units the ability to send planning requirements and detailed shipping requests to suppliers not having their own systems capable of receiving these documents and responding with delivery information about parts being shipped. The Covisint EDI Read More →

Stein Mart EDI 856 ASN Checklist Guidelines Stein Mart EDI 856 ASN Checklist requires accurate and timely 856 (ASNs) be provided on all shipments regardless of their destination. This includes shipments routed through our store delivery network as well as those shipped direct to store. The following list is being provided as a supplement to our 856 Read More →

Stein Mart EDI 850 Purchase Order Terms and Conditions Stein Mart EDI 850 Purchase Order Terms and Conditions apply to all purchases. Any deviation from these standard Terms and Conditions must be obtained IN WRITING prior to the acceptance of the order. Vendors must accept PO’s which are transmitted via EDI. Please do not rely on paper Read More →

Stein Mart EDI 810 Invoicing Vendor Requirements Stein Mart EDI 810 Invoicing is included in the EDI program that Stein Mart conducts with vendors of all sizes having a variety of EDI technological capabilities. Stein Mart enables its vendors the option of using their own in house EDI systems or partnering with any 3rd party EDI provider of Read More →

EDI High Tech Industry Basic Description And Specific Issues EDI High Tech Industry basics and standards were formed many years ago as High Tech chain activity demand exchanging of the business transactions electronically more than any other. EDI High Tech Industry streamlines its consumer driven concepts in order to satisfy customer demands on the highest level. Read More →

CAQH CORE 270: Connectivity Rule Authentication Standards CAQH CORE 270: Connectivity Rule (Connectivity & Security Subgroup) evaluated the connectivity implementations used by its members, including what types of submitter authentication methods were being used. The results showed widespread use of both username/password and X.509 client certificate authentication. Though username/password is the base requirement with Phase Read More →

CAQH CORE Connectivity Safe Harbor Guidelines CAQH CORE Connectivity Safe Harbor requirements that a health plan must use if requested by a provider are described in CAQH CORE 270 Rule, Section 5, CORE Safe Harbor. The CAQH CORE Connectivity Safe Harbor specifies connectivity methods that application vendors, providers, and health plans can be assured will be supported Read More →

CAQH CORE 270: Connectivity Rule: Relationship Between Phase I and Phase II CAQH CORE 270: Connectivity Rule is not a reference to X12 270 eligibility transaction. The CAQH CORE 270: Connectivity Rule Version 2.2.0, is payload agnostic, and is designed to carry any X12 v4010 and v5010 administrative transaction payload as well as any other non-X12 payload. The CAQH CORE Read More →