Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)

The Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Department manages the set-up and transmissions of electronic business documents between Halliburton's suppliers, customers, freight forwarders and banking partners.

 Benefits of using EDI:

  • Faster, more accurate and secure delivery of commercial documents
  • Accurate, single point of delivery for business documents
  • Business documents can be sent directly into the backend system, eliminating the time, errors and effort of manual data entry
  • Improved contract compliance by leveraging electronic price verification
  • Less time required for buyer approval

Halliburton supports the following standards and transaction sets: 

ANSI X12: version 4010

For Suppliers

  • 850 Purchase Order
  • 110 Air Freight Details and Invoice
  • 210 Motor Carrier Freight Details and Invoice
  • 810 Invoice
  • 997 Functional Acknowledgment

For Customers

  • 850 Purchase Order
  • 875 Grocery Products Purchase Order
  • 810 Invoice
  • 880 Grocery Products Invoice
  • 997 Functional Acknowledgment

For Logistics Partners

  • 204 Motor Carrier Load Tender (Pickup and Pre-Clearance)
  • 214 Transport Carrier Shipment Status
  • 997 Functional Acknowledgment

For Banks

  • 820  Remittance Advice
  • BAI2 Cash Management
  • 997 Functional Acknowledgment

EDIFACT: version 06A

For Suppliers

  • ORDER Purchase Order
  • INVOIC Invoice

For Customers

  • ORDER Purchase Order
  • INVOIC Invoice

 

For additional information on EDI, please refer to our "Supplier Guide".

Supplier Guide

Supplier Guide

The Halliburton Supplier Guide offers information for current suppliers on buying channels and e-commerce solutions.