EDI Compliance Checking For X12, EDIFACT And HIPAA Standard Requirements EDI Compliance Checking is the process of incoming and outgoing X12/EDIFACT/HIPAA documents validation. The documents are being checked for compliance with the established and agreed formats. There exist EDI Compliance Checking packs – frameworks that check incoming documents for compliance before they are transformed. After Read More →

MIME Definition MIME (Multipart Internet Message Extensions) defines a message format (a set of documents) represents a mechanism of sending different file types as one part or together with common mail messages. Multipart Internet Message Extensions has headers that are defined by RFC 822 and extensions to those header definitions. Multipart Internet Message Extensions follows Read More →

HIPAA EDI Support Service Operation Process Common Description HIPAA EDI Support Service serves for parties involved in EDI documents exchange process to make the operation easy and effective. Before any operation providers should obtain an account at the chosen service and make the enrollment. Usually creating a profile in EDI support service the party is Read More →

Identifying GTIN In Outbound EDI 5010 maps Identifying GTIN in Kroger EDI outbound 5010 maps (for transactions 810, 812, 830, 832, 850, 867, 875, 880) vendors have the possibility of case items being sent as UPCs (UA qualifier) or GTINs (UK qualifier). The MFG id (which is made up of the package level indicator, the Read More →

Logistics EDI Applications Implementation Steps Logistics EDI Applications help a lot many warehousing/logistics providers involved in the implementation of EDI. As the public warehouse business becomes more competitive, many warehouses are trying to expand their traditional “product processing” business into the “information processing” business. The warehouses are looking for the new electronic data interchange trends. Logistics EDI Applications serve to Read More →

EDI Transportation Cycle Common Description And Terms EDI Transportation Cycle in most cases looks like: a vendor sends a Motor Carrier Shipping Information document (EDI 204) to the cartage firm to specify that there is a shipment to be picked up. The cartage firm sends a Response Load Tender (EDI 990) to the vendor, specifying if they will pick Read More →

Return of Merchandise to Vendor In EDI Cycle Return of Merchandise from a retailer to a vendor can occur for two reasons: Faulty Merchandise or Overstock positions on merchandise. Faulty Merchandise Returns If merchandise is found to be faulty and must be returned to the vendor for credit, the process is simply to contact the vendor to Read More →