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EDI Transactions

Process EDI transactions with any partner in the world

CovalentWorks makes it easy to send and receive EDI transaction sets and can upports any EDI transaction type required by any customer you may have anywhere in the world. All you need is web access and email. We take care of all the work "behind the scenes" necessary to make transactions flow between you and your customers. Both the ANSI X-12 and EDIFACT standards are supported with our cloud EDI software:

ASC X-12 Transactions

Chartered by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the ASC (Accredited Standards Committee) X-12 develops and maintains EDI standards that facilitate electronic data interchange relating to business transactions such as:

  • order placement and processing
  • shipping and receiving information
  • invoicing
  • payment and cash application data
  • and data to and from entities involved in finance, insurance, transportation, supply chains and state and federal governments.

Below are some of the common X-12 EDI transactions with their respective industries:

X-12 transactions commonly used in retail and manufacturing

X-12 transactions commonly used in transportation and logistics

X-12 transactions commonly used with 3Pl's and remote warehouses

EDIFACT Transactions

Developed by the United Nations, EDIFACT is the international standard for electronic data interchange (EDI). The three major components of EDIFACT are a standard syntax for structuring data, i-EDI (interactive EDI), and standard messages to accommodate interaction among various industries and countries. EDIFACT stands for Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport. Below are some of the common EDIFACT transactions:

EDIFACT transactions Commonly used in automotive and trucking

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