With EDI Translate you can convert any incoming X12 EDI document into JSON and a JSON into X12 EDI. Used in conjunction with Stedi Guides, EDI Translate validates incoming and outgoing EDI documents against trading partner specifications for faster onboarding and error-free integrations.
Everything you need to know about using the EDI Translate API from sample payloads to limits and pricing.
Stedi Guides are used to define EDI requirements for programmatic access and validation. EDI Translate works together with Stedi Guides for precise reading and writing of EDI.
EDI documents have a weird structure and are full of strange characters. JSON, however, is something we’re all used to. EDI Translate lets you work with data in JSON format as you read and write EDI.
EDI Translate works in conjunction with Stedi Guides to help you conform to specifications, whether they are your own or those dictated by a trading partner. This ensures a high level of accuracy when generating or parsing EDI.
EDI Translate works both directions, X12 to JSON or JSON to X12, allowing you to read and write EDI while conforming to requirements defined in the Stedi Guide specified by you.
EDI Translate can read or write any transaction set defined by X12. Simply define your Stedi Guide to be used for translation including any custom requirements.
It doesn’t matter what technology you use: as long as you can send HTTP requests, you can translate to and from EDI automatically using EDI Translate.
No upfront fees, no monthly commitments, no user licenses; you only pay for what you use. A generous free tier allows for experimentation.