1.  No this is not difficult to do in house ... learning Premenos is not
that difficult .. Nor any of the other packages..GEISS, Gentran, others.
2.  And a correction please, the benefits are not just with your
customers... processing the orders is far easier with EDI, properly handled,
and also .. you do have the business .. do you not??
3.  The input of data is far more accurate ..!!

have a nice day ...

E. P. Hockemeyer
1601 Pleasant Street
Olean, New York  14760

(716) 307 9298

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From: jbausers-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:jbausers-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Kate Healy
Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2003 4:13 AM
To: 'jbausers-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [SYS21] System 21, Premenos and EDI


We have been using Premenos software with Harbinger to format received
orders in to System 21 format, and to send System 21 invoices to customers.

However, we find that each time we set up a new message with a customer, we
are being faced with very expensive consultancy charges for formatting the
new message.

Have others found a cost effective way of setting up new EDI messages?

Would it be very difficult to do it in house?

Even a manual work around could work for us because invariably, the benefits
of the EDI are to our customers, not to us.

Looking forward to hearing any ideas,

Kate Healy.
Ei Electronics
Phone: +353 61 471277
Fax:     +353 61 471140
Homepage:  www.eielectronics.com
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