|EAN||The EAN or GTIN (=Global Trade Item Number) is represented as EAN (=European article number) or with the directly related UCC (=Uniform Code Council) as a standard numbering structure. |
The EAN number has meanwhile been renamed into the global GTIN (= Global Trade Item Number).
It is a globally unique article number, which is part of the number itself. This number is generally applied to retail packaging in the form of a barcode.
|EANCOM||EANCOM® is a subset (= subset of UN/EDIFACT). EANCOM® (=European Article Number Communication) was developed by the international EAN organisation (http://www.ean-int.org/) in Brussels and is based on a numbering system for the articles and business partners. The data exchange is generally referred to as EDI.|
|EDI||The general term EDI (=Electronic Data Interchange) is understood to mean automated data exchange via computer systems for business processes such as orders, invoices etc. |
Often EDI is also used as a generic term of EDIFACT or EANCOM.
|EDIFACT||EDIFACT (= Electronic Data Interchange For Administration Commerce and Transport) is a worldwide data exchange format in exchange with companies.|
|Eurodns||Eurodns is the name of an Internet company. They offer a web-administrative DNS (= Domain Name Server) and meanwhile register hundreds of different top-level domains such as ". eu",". de" etc.|