EDI Terminology

EDI Terminology: Basic Terms For Usage In order to understand the process of EDI communication more thoroughly we refer to the below listed terms that describe particular elements of EDI transaction. Segment: Segments are what make up an EDI document. Segments consist of data elements that are logically related. The following is an example of the Read More →

EDI Case Study

EDI Case Study: increasing accuracy and making labor reductions using EDI and GS1 standards EDI Case Study shows how keeping a vast logistics network on the same page takes seamless coordination and timely, accurate information. With GS1 standards and EDI implementation Land O’Lakes, Inc. reached higher efficiency in warehousing. Challenge A global agricultural co-operative, Land O’Lakes, Read More →

EDI solution

EDI For Business: Effective Solutions EDI enables the computer-to-computer exchange of business documents, such as purchase orders, advance ship notices, and invoices, between companies using a standard format, regardless of the kind of computer or software each company is using. EDI “bridges the gap” between companies and systems, and uses standardized business messages to enable Read More →

EDI integration

Integrating EDI into ERP system Integrated EDI involves integrating EDI into your ERP system. You’ll need a B2B Gateway software solution, which will manage the relationships with your trading partners and exchange the EDI standard files with your trading partners using an agreed-upon method of exchange. You’ll also need EDI Translation Tools, which translate EDI Read More →

EDI

EDI as a service solution There are two basic types of EDI as a service: Fax to EDI and Managed File Transfer. With Fax to EDI the service will translate actual paper documents into EDI messages and will send them to your trading partner. It can also receive EDI messages from your trading partner and Read More →

EDI WEB

Implementing EDI: Web EDI Solutions When implementing EDI you have three general choices: Web EDI, EDI as a service and Integrated EDI. Today we speak about Web EDI solution. Web EDI is the most basic level of implementation and could be a good first choice for light users or people just getting started. It allows users to Read More →

EDI

What to consider when getting started with EDI (GS1 US) You’ll have the choice of a few general options to implementing EDI transactions, ranging from basic to sophisticated. Before you decide which option is best, consider these four factors recommended by GS1 US: EDI transaction volume System integration needs Business resources Services and support EDI Read More →

862 EDI

EDI 862 Shipping Schedule Basic Data Contents  The Shipping Schedule Transaction Set will supersede certain shipping and delivery information transmitted in a previous Planning Schedule Transaction, but it does not replace the 830 transaction set. The Shipping Schedule Transaction Set  (862) shall not be used to authorize labor, materials, or other resources. The use of this transaction set will facilitate the Read More →

SANCRT Message

UN/EDIFACT SANCRT Message (SARS International Movement Of Goods Governmental Regulatory Message) EDI SANCRT Message is used to submit permits electronically to SARS as soon as they have been issued. An electronic permit received by SARS may have one of the following three statuses: Original (A new permit to be added to the SARS Permit Database). Cancellation (The Read More →

CONTRL EDI

CONTRL EDI Message (UN/EDIFACT) Once CONTRL EDI Message (UN/EDIFACT) message is received the data is automatically translated to ensure the information received conforms to the UN/EDIFACT syntax rules. Once this is established, a CONTRL (Syntax and Service Report) message is sent to the sender of the UN/EDIFACT message, detailing the conformance, or non-conformance of the received Read More →