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General Electric EDI Solution - Simple and Affordable

Our General Electric EDI solution is a simple way for small and medium sized suppliers to process EDI transactions. Our EDI services are affordable and turn-key, which means you don't have to know anything about EDI or how it works. All you need is Internet access and email.

Our web-based solution allows you to trade EDI documents / files with General Electric including the ability to:

Advantages of Our General Electric EDI Offering

The EDI Pipeline system can serve as a stand-alone solution to meet the General Electric requirements, or can be a single interface to trade EDI documents with all of your customers.  The following is a list of known trading partners that use EDI.  Our system can streamline your EDI communications with any of these partners.

The advantages of using our system include
  • Plain English view of documents (purchase orders, invoices, etc)
  • Web-based system allows you to access it from any computer
  • No software installation required
  • No additional staff required
  • No technical skills required
  • We handle all setup and technical interaction with General Electric
  • We train you on the web-based control panel
  • We handle all of the technical stuff to set it up and keep it running
  • We can provide electronic files that import into your software systems
  • We speak English, and we answer the phone when you call us
  • You can stop stressing about EDI and focus on growing your business
  • You gain our technology and experienced support staff for a fraction of the price of one employee

Details of Our General Electric EDI Offering

The EDI Pipeline solution for General Electric includes access to a web-based, password protected control panel that allows you to view and manage all aspects of document trading. The web-based Control Panel includes the following features:

Communication Manager

The communication manager is an easy to understand interface that allows you to see every EDI file / document sent to and received from General Electric. The files can be viewed in a plain English printable format, or in the raw EDI format. The following components are include with the communication manager.

  • Inbox - showing all pending inbound documents (i.e. 850 Purchase Orders and 997 Functional Acknowledgements).
  • Received Log - a historical log of all inbound documents already processed.
  • Outbox - showing all pending outbound documents (i.e. 810 Invoices, 856 Advance Ship Notices, 855 Purchase Order Acknowledgements, and 997 Functional Acknowledgments)
  • Sent Log - a historical log of all outbound documents already processed.
  • Deleted Log - A log of all pending documents that were deleted before being processed

Order Log

The Order Log is an alternative way to view of all documents related to a single inbound Purchase Order. When the 850 Purchase Order is received from General Electric, it is set up in the Order Log. In addition, all of the corresponding documents associated with the Purchase Order (i.e. the 810 Invoice, the 997 Functional Acknowledgements, etc) are tied to it for easy access.

How You Get Purchase Orders

Once the 850 Purchase Order is received by the EDI Pipeline system, it is converted into a plain English (readable) format that you can view and print. The plain English format is available in any of the following ways:

  • Via Email - automatically sent to you email address(es)
  • Via Your Control Panel - log in a view it at any time
  • Via Fax - automatically sent to your fax number

In addition, the Purchase Order can be converted into an electronic file that can be imported into any industry standard or unique electronic format.

Import into Your Software Programs

The EDI Pipeline solution can optionally include a method to electronically import General Electric Purchase Orders into your financial / inventory software (or any other software system), eliminating the need to manually key in the order data. The Purchase Order is received by the EDI Pipeline system, translated into the specific format your software needs, and sent to your office to import. The file can be sent via any method desired; the most popular being via email or FTP (to a specific server location).

Some of the popular financial software programs we can import into include:

What Are the Next Steps?

While you are investigating us..

  • You contact us by calling 800-266-3579 or by completing our contact us form
  • We discuss your EDI needs and provide specific pricing (no obligation to you)
  • We show you a demo of how the EDI Pipeline system works

If you decide to use our solution.

  • We contact General Electric directly and work out all of the details
  • We set up your EDI Pipeline system
  • You take orders and send invoices via EDI - hassle and worry free
     

Misc Technical Notes

You don't need to understand any of the following information. It is provided for those who care.

Our system uses Standard Exchange Format (SEF) files to support all versions and Transaction Sets of both EDI X12 (ANSI X.12) and UN/EDIFACT standards.  This includes Version 4010, Version 4020, Version 4030, and all other Versions of EDI.


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