Commport Cloud EDI Solution offers functionality, automation and control to organizations looking to automate their fulfillment processes and become EDI compliant.
With our Cloud EDI, all you need is an Internet connection and a web browser. No complex installations or costly infrastructure. You can start exchanging EDI seamlessly with your trading partners right away. Stay ahead of the game by embracing our low-cost Cloud EDI solution.
Experience the benefits of compliance, efficient operations, and seamless communication with your retail customers.
Whether you are just getting started in the world of Electronic Data Interchange or you have low-volume data exchange needs, Commport Cloud EDI is an economical solution, that is easy to use.
In today’s business landscape, it’s crucial for even smaller or mid-sized vendors to meet the compliance requirements of their large retail customers. That’s where our Cloud EDI solution comes in. It provides an affordable option to help you get up and running quickly, requiring minimal investment.
EDI X12 is a data format based on ASC X12 standards. It is used to exchange specific data between two or more trading partners.
Established more than 40 years ago, X12 is a non-profit, ANSI-accredited, cross-industry standards development organization whose work is used by an overwhelming percentage of business-to-business transactions upholding America’s electronic information exchange.
X12 defines and maintains transaction sets that establish the data content exchanged for specific business purposes. Transaction sets are identified by a numeric identifier and a name. Each transaction set is maintained by a subcommittee operating within X12’s Accredited Standards Committee.
Each EDI X12 transaction type is differentiated by a unique 3-digit number and there are more than 300 different types of X12 EDI standards for various industries from finance, government, healthcare, insurance, banking, transportation, and many more. ASC also contributes to UN/EDIFACT messages that are used widely outside of the United States and develop standards for CICA (Context Inspired Component Architecture) and XML schemas.