X12 with Crossfire

X12 EDI with Crossfire

Crossfire Cloud EDI contains the full suite of X12 standards in its library, making it quick and easy to get your EDI set up and running.

Talk to one of our EDI experts at Crossfire to find out more.

What is X12?

X12 EDI standard was chartered by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in 1979. There are more than 315 X12 EDI standards, and it is used in health care, insurance, transportation, finance, government, supply chain and other industries.

Today, over 300 X12 transactions sets are used to handle most facets of business-to- business communications. Common transactions include purchase orders, advanced ship notices, and invoices.

X12 EDI standards provide a single standard with a single architecture, producing a common, uniform language for electronic communications; different businesses have different information needs for different processes, requiring X12 to support a wide range of capabilities and transactions.

Some of the systems we integrate with

Features

 EDI Quickly

 

No More Hosting

 

We've been doing it for years 

EDI Quickly

 

No More Hosting

 

 We've Been Doing It For Years

Crossfire's large library of partners and standards means a new implementation can be a fraction of the cost of other EDI solutions.

 

Crossfire Cloud EDI is run on a state of the art cloud platform, with high levels of redundancy and proven backup infrastructure in place.

 

Over 20 years experience providing EDI services, with a large trading partner library.

         

 Always with the latest

 

 Grow your EDI

 

 We manage your EDI

Always with the Latest

 

Grow Your EDI

 

We Manage Your EDI

By using a Cloud service, you're always using the latest version of the software. No more costly upgrade exercises. 

 

Dealing with large volumes of orders? With Crossfires fixed cost pricing, no matter your volume, we will help you grow for no extra cost 

 

Our EDI experts monitor and fix invalid EDI. We'll alert you when any business decisions are required.