Electronic Data Interchange
An Overview of EDI Standards for Libraries
A discussion of the components that must be in place to apply EDI to library operations.
Book Industry Communication (BIC)
UK organization to promote EDI, bar coding, bibliographic standards, electronic security tagging, library management information and information networking.
EDI and the European Article Numbering (EAN) standard, from EDI.org.
EDI and Its Benefits
EDItEUR document briefly explaining Electronic Data Interchange and its uses in the book industry.
EDI Implementation Guidelines for Library Book Supply
Covers the use of EDI messaging to handle quotations, orders, order responses and other order-related messages, and invoices/credit notes.
EDI Implementation Guidelines for Trade Book Supply
Covers the use of EDI messaging to handle orders, order responses and other order-related messages, delivery notifications and invoices/credit notes.
An organization established by the Federation of European Publishers to co-ordinate the development of electronic commerce in the international books and serials sector.
International Committee for EDI in Serials
Developing and defining industry standards for EDI use in facilitating journal subscription processing.
TSI Software's 'translation' package that allows companies to generate and receive EDI format transactions.
The Electronic Commerce division of the Association of American Publishers, provides electronic data interchange service to over 90 publishers representing hundreds of subsidiaries and imprints.
X.NET was created by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association to provide electronic data interchange service to publishers within the Christian community.