ASC X12, also known as ANSI ASC X12
, is the official designation of the United States' national standards body for the development and maintenance of Electronic Data Interchange standards.
Pre-configured with UN EDIFACT, ANSI ASC X12
, TRADACOMS, EANCOM and ODETTE messages, including their XML equivalents, B2B Express 2.0 can also be tailored to use variations of these messages as used by leading retailers (e.g.
HL7 will maintain the technical standards of the implementation guide along with American National Standards Institute Accredited Standards Committee X12 (ANSI ASC X12
), which is the national standards body for the development and maintenance of electronic data interchange standards.
The ANSI ASC X12
Committee promulgates EDI domestically, while UN/EDIFACT does so internationally.
All payers of medical claims were to receive claims using the American National Standards Institute, Accredited Standards Committee X-12 (ANSI ASC X12
) transaction sets.
DLMSO demonstrated that DLMS supports information exchanges using XML schemas as well as ANSI ASC X12
. These information exchange media can support the unique tracking of items throughout the supply chain using the UID, as well as any other supply chain process improvements.
Transaction-set formatting is specified by industrywide standards; in the United States it's ANSI ASC X12
, and in Europe it's EDIFACT.
ANSI ASC X12
standards are cross-industry, public standards that may be used by any company, in any industry, for the exchange of information.
In August 1991, members of the MBA Technology Committee Hazard Insurance Work Group and members of the ANSI ASC X12
Subcommittee for Mortgage Lending formed a coalition with the ASC X12N Property and Casualty Policy Administration Work Group to develop a proposal.
An EDI program requires defining or "mapping" specific documents for the user's particular trading partners, structured according to ANSI ASC X12
or EDIFACT standard syntax.
The general-purpose EDI software supports the ANSI ASC X12
, TDCC, and UCS standards.
The DLMS is founded upon ANSI ASC X12
EDI and will be expanded to support emerging Electronic Business/Electronic Commerce (EB/EC) capabilities such as: data sharing, automated identification technology, object-oriented user interfaces, electronic malls, web-based technology, and electronic funds transfer, as appropriate....