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EDI

What is an EDI?

An EDI (electronic data interchange) document allows you to communicate with carriers or customers electronically in a format that another software system can read.

Below you will find all available EDI in the transportation industry.

Most common EDI in Logistics:

EDI 204 – Motor Carrier Load Tender
EDI 210 – Motor Carrier Freight Invoice
EDI 214 – Shipment Tracking Updates
EDI 990 – Response to a Load Tender
EDI 997 – Functional Acknowledgement

Most Common EDI in Manufacturing and Retail:

EDI 810 – Invoice
EDI 820 – Payment Order
EDI 832 – Sales Catalog & Pricing
EDI 850 – Purchase Order
EDI 852 – Product Activity Data
EDI 855 – Purchase Order Acknowledgement
EDI 856 – Manifest
EDI 860 – Purchase Order Change Request
EDI 867 – Product Transfer
EDI 997 – Functional Acknowledgement

If you have further questions in regards to EDI and how to get it setup within your system, please feel free to contact our support team.

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