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  • Edi Translation Package And Communications Software
    4,881 words
    Electronic Data Interchange One of the more commonly accepted definitions of Electronic Data Interchange, or EDI, has been "the computer-to-computer transfer of information in a structured, pre-determined format". Traditionally, the focus of EDI activity has been on the replacement of pre-defined business forms, such as purchase orders and invoices, with similarly defined electronic forms". 1 EDI is the electronic exchange of information between two business concerns in a specific predetermined ...
  • Firms Resistance To Edi
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    Introduction First of all what is EDI Well EDI, or Electronic Data Interchange, is the transfer of business documents such as sales invoices, purchase orders, price quotations, etc. using a pre-established format in a paperless electronic environment. Usually this transfer occurs over VANs, Value Added Networks, but it is becoming increasingly popular over the Internet because of cost savings and ease of use. EDI has been around for approximately 30 years. "The true genesis of EDI occurred in th...
  • Lower Level An Edi Message
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    What is EDI EDI is the transmission of structured data messages between computer applications. This method of moving information has already made great strides into the Automotive, Transport and Retail business sectors in the past few years and looks set to become the primary method of business data transfer in the next century. Why EDI The concept of the 'paper-less office' may still be a contradiction in terms but EDI does at least offer an alternative method to the post, facsimile and telepho...
  • Edi Capabilities Strategic Benefits
    940 words
    Without doubt EDI can create a significant impact to organizations. These can generally be classified into strategic, operational and opportunity benefits and will vary in emphasis across different organisations, depending on why and how EDI has been implemented. Initial EDI applications have concentrated on corporate efficiency by improving data flow and error reduction. In these instances the business case for EDI was based primarily on direct cost savings. With EDI, businesses can eliminate t...
  • Software And Electronic Communication
    379 words
    Early in the middle of 60's, parties such as airlines, shipping companies, and retail industries realized that, as fast processing of information is fundamental in order to remain competitive in the business world, large volumes of paper and expensive communication means should be minimized, in order to avoid delays, mistakes, inconsistencies and high costs in business operations, and a new way to achieve this had to be found. However, we have to realize what exactly is Electronic Data Interchan...

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