Monday, April 13, 2015

I Got EDI Data, Now What?

Action, action, we want action, A.C.T---I.O.N.

Okay, so you read our "Making informed Decisions" article, and learned all you could from it.  You noticed the "Action Plan" section and said, "now what?"  Well, if the Solutions in the "Decision Time" blog did not tickle your fancy, then maybe you would like to try the Services offered/suggested by Jobisez LLC. 

If you were emailed an EDI Interchange and would like to process it, you can try the Tools on the website.  One tool translates or converts EDI to CSV.  After the data is translated, then the user will receive an email with the CSV attachment; and data is also available online; and also available on Dropbox.  (Note: Not all transaction sets have a user-friendly CSV format, yet.  But we are working on them.)

If you find that you need some more expertise, perhaps the Freelance Consultants page of consultants is what you are looking for.  Read the entire page to get a better understanding of their experiences.  Or maybe you, yourself, are an EDI Contractor and would like to Post your Resume on the website.

We hope you find these Services helpful.

Thank you for your time,
Jobisez LLC.

See Also:
EDI Education
Decision Time

Friday, April 10, 2015

EDI Online Lookup System (BETA)


The beta version of the EDI Online Lookup system is now available. 

In order to use the Lookup system, you will either need to sign-on or create a user-code.  After you translate an Interchange using the EDI Online Translation tool, you can then visit the EDI Online Lookup page to view all your transactions.

This beta version will be growing over the next couple of months.  The plan is to have the Lookup system give you the ability to search for transaction using many different search criteria, then display both the EDI document and a Friendly Online report.

Jobisez LLC.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Translate EDI Interchanges into an Excel CSV Files and Online Report

Over the years, Jobisez LLC has developed online tools to help translate your EDI 315, EDI 816 and EDI 852 transaction sets.  Many people thought, what about all of the other transaction sets!  Well, look no more, Jobisez is announcing a new tool which will translate ANY valid EDI interchange.

This new tool is nearly complete and can be found in the EDI Tools section of the website.  The tool will allow you to translate any EDI Transaction Set into an Online Report and Excel CSV File(s) by browsing for an EDI file on your computer and clicking "Create CSV" button.

Let's talk "Online Report".  Do you find it difficult to find an Order or Invoice in your EDI files?  Do you want to be able to search all your archived EDI data for a Location, or UPC code?  Do you want to find a specific retailer's 820 document so you can test with it?  Do want the 850, 810 and 856 just by searching on the PO number?  Do you want a tool that you can give access to your user community so they can see if a certain purchase order came in instead of you looking all the time?  Do you want the tool to be robust and search very quickly? 

These are all the criteria Jobisez took to develop the Online Reporting Tool.  We hope you like it!

However, there are some restrictions: The uploaded file must contain complete EDI Interchanges (the EDI file can contain one or more interchanges.)  It will work with ANSI X12  ('ISA' thru 'IEA'), UN-EDIFACT ('UNA/UNB' thru 'UNZ'), and TRADACOMS ('STX' thru 'END').  The uploaded file cannot be more than 500 KCs.

Let us know what you think by responding to this blog.

Thank you,
Jobisez LLC.