There are currently 17 DDEX standards that can be implemented to improve efficiency and aid the automated exchange of information along the digital supply chain. DDEX standards are developed by consensus amongst the Charter and Full Members of DDEX and are made publicly available to anyone exchanging information within the digital supply chain. Anyone can implement DDEX standards, but becoming a member of DDEX provides an opportunity for organisations to participate in and influence the development of future international standards in the digital supply chain.
Before implementing a DDEX standard you will need to acquire a free standard implementation licence. More information about the DDEX Implementation Licence is available here.
To determine which DDEX standards are relevent to your business, you should read the supporting documentation which provides explanations of the standards and advice on how they should be implemented. This, and the standards themselves, can be downloaded here.
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