EDI EDIFACT training

UN/EDIFACT – an international standard for electronic data interchange UN/EDIFACT, which stands for United Nations Electronic Data Interchange for Administration, Commerce, and Transport, is an international standard for electronic data interchange (EDI). The UN/EDIFACT standard was developed by the United Nations to facilitate the electronic exchange of business documents and information between organizations. UN/EDIFACT provides Read More →

EDI learning

EDI message testing / validation (Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOLHS)) FMOLHS is currently developing a high performance, streamlined and automated supply chain, in large part due to the implementation of EDI and GS1 standards. Some years earlier, they processed the ‘touchless’ EDI order with zero errors, and have since replicated the process with additional suppliers. The journey to Read More →

EDI mapping scenarious

Electronic Data Interchange Mapping Basic Guides EDI mapping is the process of translating data from one format to another, ensuring compatibility and coherence during electronic data interchange. Think of it as the language translator in the realm of digital communication between business partners. Whether you’re a retailer, manufacturer, or service provider, EDI mapping facilitates the Read More →

Flat File

How the definition Flat File is applicable to EDI? In the context of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), a flat file refers to a type of data file that contains records with no structured relationships between the data fields. Unlike a relational database where data is organized into tables with defined relationships, a flat file is Read More →