Strongly competitive, the automotive industry is constantly in search of performance. The implementation of B2B exchange standards (EDI logistics parts and packaging management, electronic invoice, etc.) contributes to this by automating and improving the reliability of information flows between partners. It identifies and validates the needs for B2B applications.
EDI is a powerful and robust mode of exchange that has proven its worth every day for more than 30 years. “It is a must in the industry”.
The automotive sector makes extensive use of EDI ; there are still many additional opportunities for automated exchanges such as the use of standards between Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers, or the implementation of messages allowing the automation of packaging management.
GALIA also carries out communication and awareness campaigns in order to help companies in the implementation and deployment of electronic invoices.
The identification and validation of B2B application needs are carried out under the aegis of the GALIA Logistics Committee.
This best practices guideline was drawn up by GALIA members, in the context of the COVID-19 crisis, following feedback from companies on crisis management, particularly in terms of customer-supplier communication and updating of information systems and EDI.Access
This Guide to best practices in electronic invoicing is intended for members of GS1 France and GALIA wishing to implement electronic invoicing and for those wishing to obtain further information on the provisions of current regulations.Access
The intention of this document is to standardise EDI Interchange Agreements among major Companies.Access
Following the publication of the new GALIA profile of the DESADV D96A message (Profile of AVIEXP V5.3 allowing the integration of packaging elements), in February 2020, GALIA launched the “Evolution […]Access the program
One of the missions of the “Invoice group” is to define what are the impacts of the new European Directive 2001/115 / CE of December 20, 2001 transposed into domestic […]Access the program