Your organization can exchange business documents electronically with C2G for increased speed and accuracy, and making the ordering process more convenient, efficient and cost effective. Please contact us to find out whether your company would be a good candidate for EDI with C2G.
C2G supports a variety of communication methods. FTP, VAN and AS2 communications are some of the common methods of document transfer. C2G prefers FTP, and either the trading partner or C2G can host the FTP site.
C2G is able to support the documents listed below. Some specification documents (ANSI X12 format) may be downloaded below. At a minimum, an EDI Trading Partner will need to support the 850 & 810 documents. C2G is able to create documents based on trading partner specifications as well as support EDIFACT documents.
EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange and is the process of sending and receiving electronic business documents between companies. Purchase orders, invoices, advance shipment notifications, product data activity reports, and acknowledgments are just a few examples of the documents that may be exchanged.
Many companies require their trading partners to use EDI to improve accuracy and efficiency.
EDI documents are based on official standards, but can be customized to individual companies' needs.
A trading partner is a business partner that exchanges documents with your company such as purchase orders or invoices.
Every company has unique requirements for EDI. C2G requires a minimum of the 850 purchase order and the 810 invoice. Specifications are available from C2G, however the trading partner can provide their own specifications.
The trading partner should have EDI mapping and translation software, and be able to set up connectivity using FTP, AS2 or a VAN. After the data mapping has been completed, the documents will be tested and approved by both companies.