Any party either company or person involved in the supply chain order, fulfillment or shipping process.
A supplier, customer, subsidiary or any other organization with which a given entity does business.
The sending and/or receiving party involved in the exchange of EDI transmissions.
Person with whom a transaction for something is made.
Any entity that does transactions with a company or business, for example, suppliers, distributors, transportation providers, financial institutions, etc.
A supplier, customer, subsidiary or any other organization with which the State of Ohio does business.
a business that has agreed to exchange business information electronically
Any company or organisation that regularly transacts business.
A business associate with whom EDI transactions are exchanged.
Vendor or other party with whom business is conducted.
Business Partners utilizing ECommerce to electronically trade business documents.
The entity with which EDI is carried on. This may be either the sender or the receiver of information in EDI.Trailer: The specific segment that, in simplest terms, tells the receiving computer where an individual EDI message ends.
The term referring to a business partner, either customer or supplier, with whom a company does business with using EDI.
The customers a vendor conducts business with via EDI. These customers are called trading partners because the two companies trade (electronic) documents.
A party to transactions in the supply chain, such as a supplier (seller) or a customer (buyer).
Any organization with which a company uses EDI to do business.
Term used by customers, suppliers and vendors to indicate they are in an EDI relationship.
One of the parties participating in an electronic data exchange. Using the term trading partner does not imply that ComEd has a partnership or joint venture relationship with the RES, MSP, Customer Self-Manager or any other party.
An external or internal organization with which your organization exchanges electronic data. For example, a trading partner could be a supplier, a customer, or an internal department.
A customer, supplier or other partner with whom business is conducted using EDI.
Companies that do business with each other via EDI (e.g., send and receive business documents, such as purchase orders).
A user with whom another user has agreed to exchange electronic business data.
Vendor or other party with whom an EDI transaction set is exchanged.
Any organization external to the firm that plays an integral role within the supply chain community and whose business fortune depends on the success of the supply chain community.
In Microsoft BizTalk Accelerator for Suppliers (AFS), another business with which your business exchanges electronic data. Specifically, you publish electronic catalogs to your trading partners so that they can offer your products for sale on their Web sites, and you receive electronic purchase orders that communicate those sales to you for fulfillment.