EDI Implementation Guide

SARS Electronic Data Interchange Recommendations The rise in worldwide competition has concentrated businesses’ minds to develop better ways of managing the flow of raw materials, stocks and finished goods through the supply chain. Electronic Data interchange or EDI addresses the information flow processes within these complex systems. EDI is a vital tool available to every Read More →

EDI production

Moving to the Production stage of EDI transmission (New Hampshire) Vendors should complete an EDI Trading Partner Profile and the Sender’s Transmission Profile. The Profile is used to prepare NHDOL for your data transmission: what file format to expect; where to send your acknowledgements; when you plan to transmit reports; and similar information. A Trading Partner User account and Password Read More →

testing edi software

Install any software and communications services you will need (New Hampshire EDI Guides) Once your system is planned, you will need to purchase and/or develop any software and services for your system. Most systems will need at least the following: software (or other means) to identify events that trigger required reports, software (or other means) to gather Read More →

Electronic Data Interchange

Electronic Data Interchange Guides (New Hampshire) To begin Electronic Data Interchange partnership, make sure your computer systems contain all the required data. You’ll have a hard time submitting data by EDI if the data are not readily accessible on your systems. Give your Information Systems department a copy of Section K–Required Data Elements. If all are available and readily Read More →

Electronic Business Guidelines

Electronic Business Guidelines (New Hampshire) Starting up a new EDI system can be a complex endeavor. Make sure you understand all that is required before investing resources. Otherwise, you may end up with a collection of piecemeal fixes rather than a comprehensive solution. Guidelines below have the information needed to implement EDI in New Hampshire. Assign responsibilities for Read More →


New Hampshire guidelines for implementing EDI Starting up a new EDI system can be a complex endeavor. Some organizations put an Information Systems (IS) manager in charge, while others designate a claims manager. Implementing EDI will affect your information system, flow of claims information and your business process. The most effective approach may be to have Read More →

EDI operations

How EDI can help in future operations In future supply chains, EDI will be the core document exchange capability to support innovations such as the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI). Future EDI will use: IoT sensors incorporated into a shipment’s packaging and tied to periodic EDI 214 messages to improve package condition visibility Read More →

EDI training

EDI Implementation Guides (IBM Guides) For some enterprises, EDI can be difficult to implement. One reason is the need to keep pace with shifting government regulations, standards and updates. It is also inherently complex, as it needs to accommodate the complexities of global business needs. For example, each trading partner in a B2B network can present Read More →

EDI Features

Essential EDI Features (IBM Guidelines) EDI transactions are essential to B2B processes and continue to be the preferred means to exchange documents and transactions between businesses both small and large. There are five key business benefits that EDI technology delivers through automation and B2B integration: EDI technology saves time and money through automation of a process Read More →

How EDI works

How EDI works: IBM Explained All EDI transactions get defined by EDI message standards. It is vital to have proper governance processes for data quality. When information is missing or in the wrong place, the EDI document might not be processed correctly. Standards are the basis of EDI conversations. Several organizations define the EDI message standards, Read More →