EDI for Suppliers

EDI for Suppliers

Articles on EDI, including compliance and standards.

  • EDI for Suppliers

    15 Articles

  • What Is EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)?

    EDI is the direct computer-to-computer exchange of standard formatted business transactions between one or more business partners.

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  • What Are EDI Standards?

    EDI standards are agreements between users of EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) on how data is to be formatted and communicated.

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  • Explaining EDI: Guide To Field Limitations

    Here is your guide to EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) field limitations, including character quantity and special character usage.

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  • Ultimate Glossary Of EDI Terms

    EDI can be confusing. Learn some common vocabulary words for electronic data interchange in this handy glossary.

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  • Explaining EDI: 200 Transaction Codes

    Dive into the transaction codes for the 200 series, specifically the codes categorized for transportation EDI as carrier and truck-related documents.

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  • Explaining EDI: 800 Transaction Codes

    Dive into the transaction codes for the 800 series, specifically the codes categorized for supply chain EDI documents.

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  • Explaining EDI: 900 Transaction Codes

    Dive into the transaction codes for the EDI 900 series, specifically the codes categorized for warehousing and supply chain.

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  • Finding The Right Purchase Order: EDI 850 Vs. EDI 875

    A purchase order is typically the starting of your supply chain. So, which EDI PO is right for you? Here are the differences between 875s and 850s.

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  • EDI 810 Invoice – Explaining EDI

    Think of the EDI (electronic data interchange) 810 document as the electronic version of an invoice for use in EDI transactions.

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  • EDI 846: Inventory Inquiry – Explaining EDI

    The EDI 846 Inventory Inquiry/Advice is a document used between trading partners to properly regulate their respective stock of a product.

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  • EDI 856: Ship Notice/Manifest – Explaining EDI

    An EDI 856 is known as an Advance Shipping Notice and is used to transmit information about a shipment in advance of its departure to a customer.

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  • B2B Integrations, Demystified: EDI Vs API

    Business-to-business (B2B) integrations can be defined as the integration, automation, and optimization of business processes between two entities.

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  • Integrating Transportation Carriers – EDI 200 Series

    Integrating with your carriers allows you to seamlessly exchange data using the EDI 200 transaction series, so you can track your shipments.

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  • Avoiding Common EDI Errors with Kroger

    Kroger has strict requirements for its electronic data interchange (EDI) transactions. Learn how to avoid common EDI errors.

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  • What Your EDI Provider Is Missing

    You should have high expectations of your EDI provider, as well as their technology, and make sure they continue to meet your standards.

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