Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the electronic exchange of business information using a public standard format. It provides a common language for formatting business transactions which facilitates business-to-business integration by the flow of standardized electronic transactions between trading partners throughout the world.
What benefit does EDI provide?
Improved Document Processing, Reduced Cycle Time, Increased Data Accuracy, Invoice Tracing / Control, Reduction of Cost, Improved Quality of Information, Direct Funds Deposit, Closed Loop Process. test
The EDI mission includes making payments to suppliers accurately and on time, maximizing EDI utilization to increase quality of input, reducing processing cost.
For EDI Help, please send a note to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Traditional EDI Procurement and Accounts Payable Focal Points
WW EDI Program Manager, Thomas Meyer:
Fishkill/Endicott/Burlington - MD Division: 607-429-4025, email@example.com
Poughkeepsie - Server Division: 607-429-4025, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rochester - ISTC China: Sarah Zhou, 86-755-86362026, email@example.com
Dublin - Server Division (I&P): Jacob Koops, 353-181-53707, firstname.lastname@example.org
Raleigh and China - Lenovo: 607-429-4025, email@example.com
San Jose/Guadalajara/Singapore/Fuji - SPD Division: 607-429-4025, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mechanicsburg/Amsterdam/Singapore/Japan: Bob Thompson, 717-610-2785, email@example.com
Endicott - Printer Division: 607-429-4025, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bromont: Canada - MD Division: Dominique Tessier, 450-534-6805, email@example.com
Montpellier - Server Division: 607-429-4025, firstname.lastname@example.org
Singapore Trading Center (STC): Cheryl JL Fong, (65) 6418-2026, email@example.com
North America and STC: