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X12

Also known as "ANSI X12" and "ASC X12," it is a protocol from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for electronic data interchange (EDI). X12 was the primary North American standard for defining EDI transactions. It merged with EDIFACT in 1997. See EDI.
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Clients will be offered a range of payment initiation options, including BNY Mellon's proprietary TreasuryEdge electronic portal, EDI ASC X12, and SWIFT.
SFM is implementing electronic bill acceptance via Jopari utilizing the ASC X12 medical EDI transaction standards promulgated by the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC).
org, provides the ability for industry stakeholders to make suggestions for revision to be considered for incorporation into the next version of ASC X12 s Technical Reports Type 3 (TR3s).
DISA serves as the secretariat for ASC X12, the Accredited Standards Committee that develops and maintains cross-industry e-commerce standards that improve global business process interoperability.
Aside from the ASC X12 standards, another initiative will impact payer interoperability and data capture.
Pre-configured with UN EDIFACT, ANSI ASC X12, TRADACOMS, EANCOM and ODETTE messages, including their XML equivalents, B2B Express 2.
Many of the standards promulgated by ASC X12 are incorporated by UN/EDIFACT: the latter adopts the international EDI standards that are designed to meet the needs of both the governments and private industries.
DLMSO demonstrated that DLMS supports information exchanges using XML schemas as well as ANSI ASC X12.
TransConnect allows access to EDI rules and data in real-time, and users may perform edits and reformat data from internal application formats the ASC X12 standard.
What ASC X12 Transaction sets are utilized in your ERS process?
Nestled within ASC X12 there are a number of industry subcommittees and task groups made up of volunteers who are either incredibly dedicated to their fields or who are willing to find any excuse to get out of the office for a few days.
The general-purpose EDI software supports the ANSI ASC X12, TDCC, and UCS standards.