Electronic Data Interchange Agreement Law and Legal Definition

Electronic Data Interchange agreement is an agreement that governs the transfer or exchange of data, such as purchase orders, between parties by computer. Electronic data transmitted under an Electronic Data Interchange agreement is generally formatted according to an agreed standard. Such standard includes the American National Standards Institute ANSI X12 standard or the U.N. EDIFACT standard. EDI agreement is the abbreviated form of the Electronic Data Interchange agreement.