Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) allows businesses to send information to
other businesses through electronic means instead of paper. A wide range of
business documents can be sent with EDI, including invoices and purchase
orders. Many companies prefer to use EDI because of the way it standardizes
the process of exchanging business documents.
In an increasingly digital age, there is no question that EDI is critical to
the success of many companies. However, to develop and maintain a successful
EDI system, you must test it on a regular basis. Following are three tips for
testing your EDI system to assist you with this process.
Familiarize Yourself with the Types of Compliance Testing
Different EDI systems must undergo different compliance tests to be deemed
successful. While no single set of tests is appropriate for every system, it
is important that EDI systems go t... (more)