'Financial Electronic Data Interchange in Australia'

It costs companies a lot of money to pay their suppliers.
One of the most effective uses of electronic data interchange (EDI) is to send payment instructions and remittance advices via your banker to your suppliers.
This study describes the various electronic payment alternatives, explains FEDI, and reports the views of suppliers and users on how it is satisfying corporations' needs.
It provides the information that you need to evaluate FEDI's relevance to your business.

This 140-page Report has the following features:

The insights contained in these chapters provide executives with all they need to assess the relevance of FEDI to their own organisations.

The Report costs $A195 in Australia and New Zealand, and $US195 elsewhere, both inclusive of airmail postage. Quantity discounts are available.

Here are the Preface, Executive Summary, Contents, and Summary and Prognosis Chapter.

Here are the Ordering Details.

An accompanying book on Chip-Based Payment Schemes is also available, and a substantial discount is available if both books are ordered at the same time.

These two Reports have been sponsored by a consortium of the industry's leading consultants and researchers in electronic commerce and electronic payments:

Universities in two countries have also been involved in the research:

The author of the FEDI Report, Martin Plank, undertook the study as a Masters dissertation, under the supervision of Roger Clarke.


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Last Amended: 15 September 1996

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