EDI being translated into money by more corporations. (Electronic Data Interchange) Kemezis, Paul

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Kemezis, Paul
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Communication; Business; Telecommunications industry
Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) was begun in the 1970s as a method for companies to exchange purchase orders and invoices, without paper, within their own group. Developments have led to companies using EDI for doing business with other corporations. Several EDI formats are in use, although X.12 is the official generic format. Different formats use data elements in various ways. Software publishers that produce EDI programs also provide a package to translate between major EDI formats. Large manufacturers are now using EDI, mainly in the X.12 format with various subsets. Service providers estimate 75 or 80 percent of current EDI use is non-X.12.
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