American National Standard Institute. Comparable with DIN and VDA.


Group authorized by the American National Standards Institute to develop and maintain EDI standards. These are mainly used in the USA.

ANSI X12 810

The ANSI X12 EDI 810 invoice is one of the most commonly used electronic documents or transaction sets that conform to ANSI X12 EDI specifications. However, the format of the EDI 810 invoice is complex, so an average buyer would struggle to interpret it. It is a computer-aided exchange of information that enables fast and … Read more

ANSI X12 820

The ANSI X12 EDI 820 transaction set is useful for making a payment, sending wire transfer instructions, or both. The transaction set can be used as an order to a financial institution to pay a payee. EDI 820 can also be a remittance recommendation to identify all the details needed to complete a cash application … Read more

ANSI X12 830

The ANSI X12 EDI 830 message is an electronic representation of the planning schedule sent from a customer to a supplier. It follows the ANSI X12 EDI message standards and is an essential document for electronic purchasing processes in the manufacturing industry.

ANSI X12 850

The ANSI X12 EDI 850 is the Purchase Order Message sent by a customer to a supplier requesting services or goods. An electronic purchase order message is one of the most fundamental documents for automated B2B Transactions that should be part of an EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) workflow.

ANSI X12 852

The ANSI X12 852 announces the delivery to the customer by means of a shipping notification or Advance Shipping Notice (ASN). It regulates the electronic data exchange of delivery note and transport data between suppliers and customers and serves to quickly provide the data as advance information for the goods recipient.

ANSI X12 856

The ANSI X12 EDI 856 message – commonly known as Advanced Shipping Notice (ASN) – is a document the supplier sends to a customer for notification about an upcoming delivery via EDI. The message follows the ANSI X12EDI message standards and is used by manufacturers as well as by retailers.

ANSI X12 862

The ANSI X12 EDI 862 message represents Just-in-time information that is sent to suppliers by their customers via EDI. The message is based on the ANSI X12EDI message standard and is a supplement document for electronic purchasing processes based on delivery schedules commonly used in the manufacturing and automotive industries.

ANSI X12 866

The ANSI X12 EDI 866 is an electronic transaction that replaces the need for a paper Production Sequence. This document is usually sent by a receiver, such as a warehouse or manufacturer to request a specific receiving or unloading order. For example, if multiple shipments are being sent, the receiver may want Shipment B before Shipment A, … Read more