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A person who introduces EDI standards and technology. An EDI analyst makes decisions for information construction and selects resources for EDI processing and application expansion. He coordinates processing and transmission schedules and mapping of standard data formats. He generally serves as a key contact for trading partners and value-added network consultants.
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EDI analystA person responsible for the implementation of electronic data interchange systems between companies. The EDI analyst is technical consultant for the trading partners and is involved with deploying systems using the traditional EDI standards and XML-based Web implementations. See EDI and XML.
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