Electronic Data Interchange
To make it even easier for our commercial customers to conduct business with us, Florida City Gas offers a business-to-business transactional process -- EDI or Electronic Data Interchange.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)?
The computer-to-computer exchange of standard business documents such as purchase orders, invoices or payment information, in electronic format.
EDI enables organizations to remove costs and inefficiencies from transaction-based processes by using the automation of data exchange.Benefits of Paying via EDI
- Increased speed — business documents are exchanged electronically rather than on paper.
- Improved accuracy — information exchanged electronically relies less on manual data entry.
- Cost savings — increased speed and improved accuracy of the transactions
- Improved cash flow —integrated applications, improve overall efficiencies
- Reduced overhead costs — paper, envelopes, postage, storage space costs decrease
- Increased transaction visibility—maintain electronic audit trails especially for SOX and IRS requirements.
- Supply Chain — Purchase Orders (850), Invoices (110 and 810), Inventory (846) and Payment Order/Remittance Advice (ACH/CTX/EDI 820)
- Required EDI Trading Partner Agreement
- Remittance Processing — Gas Payments (ACH/CTX or CCD+/EDI 820);
- Required EFT Authorization Agreement
- Customer eBilling — gas bills (EDI 810)
- Requires EDI Trading Partner Agreement
- Requires EFT Authorization
- NAESB — Interstate Pipelines
- Commodity Movement Services(873) and Response (873)
- Available No-Notice (EDI 873)
- Pre-Determined Allocation (EDI 873)
- NAESB — Retail
- Requires NAESB EDI Trading Partner Agreement
- Customer Enrollment Request and Response(EDI 814)
- Customer Historical Usage Request and Response (EDI 814)
- Customer Drop and Response (EDI 814)