EDI

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Stands for “Electronic Data Interchange”, EDI is a group of requirements that helps identify how digital data prepared or such as an electric bill must be treated.The concepts behind EDI in the same time accelerate the procedure of trading information and would be to help eliminate paperwork.
 

EDI documents generally contain the same information that would normally be found in a paper document used for the same organizational function. For example, an EDI 940 ship-from-warehouse order is used by a manufacturer to tell a warehouse to ship product to a retailer.
 

It typically has a ‘ship-to’ address, a ‘bill-to’ address, and a list of product numbers (usually a UPC) and quantities. Another example is the set of messages between sellers and buyers, such as request for quotation (RFQ), bid in response to RFQ, purchase order, purchase order acknowledgement, shipping notice, receiving advice, invoice, and payment advice. 

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