The Price Waterhouse EDI handbook
Experts from Price Waterhouse explain how to plan, analyze, design, construct and implement the systems necessary to create an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. This comprehensive reference provides an overview of the technological and business aspects of EDI and demonstrates how to determine company and information needs. Includes sample workplans, EDI standards with explanations, and model EDI trading partner agreements.
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A EDI Case Examples
B EDI Standards
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analysis ANSI ANSI ASC X12 Appendix application software ASC X12 assessed audit business process reengineering business processes CCITT communications protocols Control Issues customers data communications data elements Data Interchange defined developing an EDI Document EDI data EDI environment EDI implementation EDI issues EDI opportunities EDI planning EDI program EDI project EDI software EDI standards EDI strategy EDI systems planning EDI transactions EDIFACT Electronic Data Interchange electronic records encryption ensure Essential Yes established evaluation example Exhibit files format functional group guidelines identified implementing EDI industry interconnect interface internal invoice ment operation organization organization's business organizational parties purchase order receipt received reengineering retained revenue procedure schedule SDLC Section segment specific strategic information systems suppliers system development target applications technical testing tion Trading Partner Agreement transaction sets translation software transmission transmitted UN/EDIFACT value-added network vendors version/release Yes Yes