A standard set by a professional organization within the industry, which later became the Electronic Data Interchange Association (EDIA), made it possible.
What does EDIA stand for?
EDIA stands for Electronic Data Interchange Association
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We have 3 other meanings of EDIA in our Acronym Attic
- Executive Director, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI)
- Expertises et Diagnostics en Immobilier (French: Diagnostics and Expertise in Real Estate)
- Explain, Demonstrate, Imitate
- Extended Destination Index (register in x86 processors)
- Extreme Deep Invader (fictional/movie aircraft)
- Inventory of the Electronic Data Interchange Information Systems in the Baltic Sea Countries
- Eating Disorder Inventory Drive for Thinness
- Electronic Data Interchange / Personal Indicator
- Electronic Data Interchange-Personnel Identifier
- Electronic Data Interchange/Electronic Commerce
- Empresa de Desenvolvimento e Infra-Estruturas de Alqueva (Portugese)
- Empresa de Desenvolvimento e Infraestruturas eo Alqueva Sa (Portugal)
- Engineering Design Inspection Acceptance (cost estimates)
- Enterprise Development Institute of Australia
- European Data Interchange Association
- Évolution et Domestication de l'Ichtyofaune Amazonienne (French: Evolution and Domestication of Amazonian Ichthyofauna)
- Etablissement de Diffusion d'Impression et d'Archives du Commissariat de l'Armée de Terre (French: Establishment of Printing and Distribution of the Archives Office of the Army)
- Enterprise Development Impact Assessment Information Service
- Electronic Data Information and Analysis Systems (Software International; Glendale, Arizona)
- Elektronische Daten Information und Auswertung System (German: Electronic Data Information and Analysis Systems)
Samples in periodicals archive:
AUTOMATION According to a survey released by The Electronic Data Interchange Association (EDIA) at year-end 1989, more than 7,000 companies in the U.