XML

XML and EDI Standards Development Process XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. The roots of XML development date back to 1977. It is a subset of SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language). XML was developed for the use on the internet by the governing body of the Web known as W3C. XML is similar to HTML, Read More →

EDI Standards

EDI Standards Bodies – Brief History EDI Standards are what set EDI apart from other electronic methods of transferring data. Before getting into details about administration of EDI standards such as ANSI ASC X12 or UN/EDIFACT, it is important to understand why standards are used. EDI standards are built on the concept of making electronic business Read More →

What is Not EDI

What is Not EDI: No Sending Via EMAIL or the WEB What is Not EDI? In order to understand what EDI is, it’s important to understand what EDI isn’t. EDI is not just a regular method of sending documents electronically via EMAIL or the WEB. EDI documents are standardized (according to a standards development body) in a Read More →

Electronic Data Interchange

Electronic Data Interchange Definition And Introduction To EDI Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a business-to-business, computer-tocomputer exchange of transaction information, such as purchase orders, invoices, and advance shipping notices. Each of these transaction types has a specifically defined, computer-readable format assigned to it. This is referred to as a transaction set, and more than 300 such Read More →

EDI Enrollment

Making electronic business documents uniform Standards are what set EDI apart from other electronic methods of transferring data. Before getting into details about administration of EDI standards such as ANSI ASC X12 or UN/EDIFACT, it is important to understand why standards are used. Organizations such as BlueCross and Aetna deal with thousands of health care Read More →

EDI Analysis

EDI Analysis: implementation solutions and cost calculation EDI Analysis is one of the ways to streamline new approach for companies when they still hesitate if EDI implementation is beneficial. Usually companies choose implementing in-house EDI solutions. This approach means taking an existing solution, licensing it, customizing and integrating into a company’s e-business environment or in Read More →

EDI Myths

Breaking EDI Myths – Considerations, Implementation, Cost And More It’s Halloween time, but we’ll tell you no scary or horror tales. Only true stories about how businessmen avoid EDI implementation. Really…They are missing so many opportunities because of EDI myths we are going to break now. Today we will try to show you that shifting to EDI Read More →

EDI billing

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Guidelines (We Energies) Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) provides quick and convenient electronic payments using the Automated Clearing House (ACH) network. Electronic payment gives you control over payment timing and eliminates check printing, mailing and filing costs. Option details One-time ACH DebitAuthorize We Energies to make a one-time ACH debit from your bank account. Read More →

810 Invoice

810 Invoice Specific Notes (We Energies Implementation Guides) 810 Invoice transaction set is used to represent a single invoice for a single account. One account may contain multiple meters. EDI-820/Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) is the preferred method of payment for EDI Billing. 997 – Functional Acknowledgment A “Functional Acknowledgment” (also referred to as a 997 transaction), is a Read More →

Electronic Data Interchange

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Billing Requirements For We Energies Partners Electronic data interchange allows customers with an EDI infrastructure to exchange billing data between organizations and offers benefits to larger companies: Quickly process billing information and conduct analysis Reduce data entry costs and expedite payment approval Access bill information in your system in the format you Read More →