What does an EDI Analyst do?
EDI analysts are technical specialists who plan, create, analyze, and implement electronic data interchange (EDI) systems and supporting processes. They ensure these systems are working properly to enable the efficient exchange of information between organizations or among internal units within an organization. They also assess the business needs and challenges and identify ways to optimize these systems to best serve those purposes. They are also responsible for testing, maintenance and troubleshooting, and may provide tech support.
EDI analysts often have at least an associate degree in a computer science or technical field, and may have worked in tech support or an administrative support role. They must be familiar with EDI systems, and comfortable using EDI programs and validation tools, some of which may be specific to the particular industry.
EDI Analyst Salaries
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EDI Analyst Insights
“Excellent work and Life balance”
“I get the feeling that many were contributing to a good culture but others weren't.”
“Help out in career opportunities and development.”
“Great people to work with”
“It is Nice place to work”
“Good people to work with”
“Great team to work with”
“Good xp for freshgrad but not for experienced employees.”
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Frequently asked questions about the roles and responsibilities of an edi analyst
When working as an edi analyst, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are EDI, SAP EDI, Xml, Integrator, and Microsoft SQL Server.
- It Consultant
- Information Technology Specialist
- Information Technology Manager
- Systems Analyst
The most common qualifications to become an edi analyst include a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 years of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.