Adam,

Just curious, are you doing insurance EDI in AL3 or ANSI X.12? Acord level 3 is 
pretty easy to pick up on.

Jay

>We are doing an EDI project right now.
>
>We are going live on Commercial Auto in New York in January.  NY DMV
>requires all changes to policies to be updated via EDI within 7 days of
>modification.
>
>We contracted IBM to write a C middleware program that grabs the appropriate
>data and saves it to a file on the AS/400.  We have a PC that can go to the
>directory where the file is via Netserver.  The PC will pull down the file
>everyday and the ProEDI software program (we went that route because it was
>$2K for the windows version as opposed to 10K for the Linux version or 25K
>for the AS/400 version) will massage the data, connect to NY DMV and send
>the data up, as well as check the mailbox for any incoming requests they
>have.
>
>The IBM people we have working on it are VERY good.  My super and I are
>thoroughly impressed.  They even gave us the choice of 3 different languages
>we could of had the program written in.  Plus, IBM had to read the NY DMV
>EDI specs and understand it all.  We couldn't helpthem on that end.  Mucho
>Kudos to IBM.
>
>Adam Lang
>Systems Engineer
>Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
>http://www.rutgersinsurance.com



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