EDI Supported Standards
Next to ASC X12, UN/EDIFACT and EDI/XML we also support Fixed Length, CSV, and Comma Delimited for our non-EDI clients.
X12, chartered by the American National Standards Institute [ANSI] in
1979, develops electronic data interchange [EDI] standards for national
and global markets. With more than 315 X12 EDI standards and increasing
X12 XML schemes, ASC X12 enhances business processes, reduces costs and
expands organizational reach. More than 300,000 companies worldwide use
the X12 EDI standards in their daily business transactions.
[the United Nations rules for Electronic Data Interchange for
Administration, Commerce and Transport] comprise a set of
internationally agreed standards, directories, and guidelines for the
electronic interchange of structured data, between independent
computerized information systems. Recommended within the framework of
the United Nations, the rules are approved and published by UNECE in
the UNTDID (United Nations Trade Data Interchange Directory) and are
maintained under agreed procedures.
or Extensible Markup Language, works in concert with EDI. It is a
high-powered Web language developed for e-business and enables the
exchange of structured data. By enhancing EDI processes, ASC X12 can
evolve the current infrastructure into something more universally
accessible. XML, with EDI as the foundation, provides ubiquitous
connectivity and interoperability.