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EDI

Electronic Data Interchange

A strictly structured form of business-to-business communication. Electronic data interchange involves the transfer of formal documents, such as orders, invoices, and even checks. Companies provide EDI services to more than 80,000 clients, but the system receives significant competition from various services offered over the Internet.
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An acceptable level of confidence in the EDI system can be determined by answering the following questions.
The issue of tax authorities access to taxpayers' EDI processing, accounting or other systems for purposes of verifying or evaluating the integrity of those systems is not addressed in this regulation.
EDI allows companies to transact business without the hassle and time associated with data entry and mailings, the traditional method of handling paper documents.
Because we wanted to know where Georgia Gulf's customers stand on EDI before making any decisions, we used a survey to question them about their current and future use of EDI.
Larger manufacturers tend to be more sophisticated about EDI than smaller manufacturers.
Mays noted a taxpayer survey conducted by his department in early 1995 which indicated that 44% of the taxpayers remitting between $250,000 to $500,000 in sales and use tax annually to the state were currently using EDI, with an additional 20% of these accounts planning to be active in EDI within the next two years.
McKee added, "We had toO making EDI painless is more than just a tagline, it's our mission.
As summarized in the Task Force's mission statement, the States are "concerned about the impact on the tax administration process as taxpayers make increasing use of EDI technology.
Through the new Sterling/WPC agreement, a corporation can post its unique EDI implementation guide with Sterling for access by others within the organization, or for access by trading partners.
During the mid 1990s, 1 EDI recognized the need for a user-friendly translator to complement its popular mapping tool.
GENTRAN:Viewpoint provides non-MIS-based EDI professionals with a way to gain easy access to EDI.