Bob says: All about EDI orders

Boissy, Bob
June 1998
SISAC News;Summer/Fall98, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p7
Reports that library systems vendors are seeking a way to promote electronic data interchange (EDI) for serial orders. Use of EDI as an effort to ensure the vendors' commitment to book orders; Analysis of BISAC fixed field book order format as the dominant system for serial orders; Discussion of the first EDI transactions in the serials business industry; EDI transactions relevant to serials renewal.


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