Accredited Standards Committee, X12 was chartered by ANSI in 1979 to develop uniform standards for inter-industry exchange of business transactions - electronic data interchange (EDI) standards. The X12 standards establish a common, uniform business language to allow computers to communicate with one another.
The Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12, comprised of cross-industry representation, delivers the most commonly implemented EDI standards that interact with a wide variety of e-commerce technologies.
Accredited Standards Committee, X12. It comprises government and industry members who create electronic data interchange (EDI) standards for submission to ANSI for subsequent approval and dissemination.
Accredited Standards Committee. Chartered by ANSI to develop uniform standards for the inter-industry electronic interchange of business transactions. Based on voluntary effort and democracy.
The ASC X12 standards for EDI.
Subcommittee - Accredited by ANSI to develop national standards for various industries.
formed to develop general standards for electronic data interchange (EDI)
Accredited Standards Committee X12 (ASC X12), Electronic Data Interchange. An ANSI committee chartered to develop uniform standards for the electronic exchange of business transactions.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) committee tasked with developing uniform standards for EDI.
Accredited Standards Committee X12. A committee of ANSI chartered in 1979 to develop uniform standards for the electronic interchange of business documents.
American Standards Committee X12 responsible for developing EDI standards for the United States.
See Accredited Standards Committee.