Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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EDI has evolved from bilateral, individually negotiated agreements between pairs of two trading partners (e.g. a buyer and a seller engaged in an ongoing business relationship), to multilateral. Historically, EDI has evolved from bilateral, individually negotiated agreements between pairs of two trading partners, e.g. a buyer and a seller engaged in an ongoing business relationship, about how to coordinate the exchange of trade documents.
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Today, EDI is the business-to-business exchange of electronic documents in a standardized machine-processable format. EDI enables partners to electronically exchange structured business documents, such as purchase orders and invoices, their computer systems. EDI is a means of reducing the costs of document processing and, in general, to achieve strategic business advantages made possible by shorter business process cycle times (Weitzel et al. 1999).

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Ladner, F., König, W. 1999a, XML: Konzept und Anwendungen der Extensible Markup Language, SFB 403 FB-99-20, [Online].
Available: http://caladan.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/IWI/projectb3/deu/publikat/xml/index.htm
Accessed: October 29 1999.

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online].
Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc
Accessed: October 29 1999

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the business-to-business exchange of electronic documents in a standardized machine-processable format. EDI enables partners to electronically exchange structured business documents, such as purchase orders and invoices, between their computer systems. EDI is a means of reducing the costs of document processing and, in general, to achieve strategic business advantages made possible by shorter business process cycle times.
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The source is given but it is not made clear that the text is so extensively copied.

Weitzel et al. 1999 might refer to

Weitzel, T. & Buxmann, P. 1999, A communication architecture for the digital economy: 21st century EDI

or to

Weitzel, T., Buxmann, P., Kronenberg, R., & Ladner, F. 1999b, XML/EDI: The (r)evolution of EDI, Institute of Information Systems, Working Paper 99-10, [Online]. Avaliable: [sic] http://www.wiwi.uni-frankfurt.de/~tweitzel/XMLEDI.doc Accessed: October 29 1999

As the text is copied literally without quotation marks it is a pawn sacrifice either way.

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EDI standards in wide use are the American ANSI ASC-X12 and the international UN/EDIFACT. However, these standards predate Internet e-commerce and reflect a flat-file-based, least-common-denominator approach to computer data interchange. With the explosive growth of Internet, such interchange standards are considered by many to be inflexible and inadequate. New methods of exchanging structured data based on Internet technologies are now dominant.

Traditional EDI has much to offer semantically and structurally to Internet B2B, but its syntax is definitely antiquated. XML/EDI working groups are working on helping to ensure that valuable domain knowledge codified in EDI standards that is, the semantics and structure of business documents is not lost in the rush to deploy newer technologies like XML. However, XML-based approaches have the potential to go beyond the mere reproduction of EDI transactions in XML format. XML brings the potential for document processing and validation. Of course, there are still plenty of legacy systems that need to be fed X12 or EDIFACT documents, so developers need to integrate Internet messaging and data transfer mechanisms with translators that can talk to the back-end legacy systems.

A couple of EDI standards in wide use are ANSI ASC X12 and the international UN/EDIFACT. However, these standards predate Internet e-commerce and reflect a flat-file-based, least-common-denominator approach to computer data interchange. With the explosive growth of Internet e-commerce, however, such interchange standards are considered by many to be inflexible and inadequate. New methods of exchanging structured data based on HTML and XML are now dominant.

Of course, there are still plenty of legacy systems that need to be fed X12 or EDIFACT documents, so developers need to integrate Internet messaging and data transfer mechanisms with translators that can talk to the back-end legacy systems.

Traditional EDI has much to offer semantically and structurally to Internet B2B -- but its syntax is definitely antiquated. [...] It helps ensure that valuable domain knowledge codified in EDI standards -- that is, the semantics and structure of business documents -- is not lost in the rush to deploy newer technologies like XML. However, XML-based approaches have the potential to go beyond the mere reproduction of EDI transactions in XML format. XML brings the potential for document processing and validation.

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