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									GE Information Services

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Lee Batulis Account Executive November 5, 1998 GE Information Services

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GE and GEIS GEIS Offerings Electronic Commerce EDI & the Internet Standards ANX

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The General Electric Company
GE CAPITAL CORE PRODUCTS GE Aircraft Engines GE Appliances GE Power Systems GE Lighting BROADCASTING NBC

MATERIALS GE Plastics

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TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS & SERVICES GE Medical Systems GE Information Services

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS & SERVICES GE Electrical Distribution & Control GE Industrial Control Systems GE Transportation Systems

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Historical Perspective

`90s `80s `70s `60s
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Supply Chain Solutions • Internet-based Services • Vertical Industry Focus

Desk Top Computing Revolution • Business Applications • Electronic Commerce Services

Global Networking and Beginning of EDI • Created World’s Largest Computer Network

GE Founded the Computer Services Unit • Invented the "BASIC" Language with Dartmouth • Time Sharing of Mainframes

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Strong Heritage of Providing Valued Services

What We Do for a Living

BANK

SUPPLIERS

COMPANY

MANUFACTURERS CUSTOMERS DISTRIBUTORS DISTRIBUTORS

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Link Companies with Trading Partners to Increase Productivity, Improve Quality, and Reduce Costs

Why GE Information Services Global Reach
World’s Largest Electronic Trading Community Electronic Data Interchange Supply Chain Solutions Internet/Extranet internetworking
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Global Network 24 X 7 Customer Support 35 Years Experience GE Best Practices Dedicated End User Support Community Management Systems Integration

Six Sigma Quality
Global Presence

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InterBusiness Consulting

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INCREASED BUSINESS VALUE

Electronic Marketplaces Extranets
Electronic Commerce Outsourcing Corporate Gateways, Internet
“General Electric Information Services has jumped ahead of such companies as IBM, Microsoft and Netscape to lead the race into business-to-business Internet commerce.”

EDI, VAN

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EXPANDED ELECTRONIC TRADING COMMUNITY

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Internet-based Products and Services
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GE Trading Process Network (TPN)
Internet Sales Channel Solutions (Sell Side Catalogs)

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Internet-based catalog for indirect purchases Internet-based procurement NescapeSellerX Signal Segway Suite First commercial Extranet Links legacy systems to trading partners

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GE InterBusiness PartnerSM

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GE Enterprise System

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Message broker Communications gateway Web-enabled SAP-certified Web EDI Forms-based EDI Designed for small companies

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GE TradewebSM

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GE Information Services has full Internet portfolio www.geis.com

Electronic Commerce
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"Electronic Commerce is the linking, integrating and supporting of business processes of an enterprise with their trading partner community by combining computers and telecommunications to achieve a competitive advantage."  EDI is structured messaging and one part of EC

EDI
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The lack of common EDI standards and implementation costs have slowed the growth of EDI in the past

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The widespread use of EDI formatted data by smaller trading partners is enabled by various forms-based EDI solutions

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EDI over the Internet
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GE Tradeweb is a service that enables smaller trading partners with a computer, Internet Service, and a Web Browser to electronically access their customers’ EDI forms  GEIS also offers a Web Access Module with our Enterprise Gateway that enables forms based EDI over the Internet

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EDI over the Internet
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It will complement, not replace current traditional EDI Internet EDI will not replace traditional EDI VAN’s

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EDI over the Internet
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Benefits include:
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Ability to add smaller trading partners ease of use & implementation

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Issues
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Security Reliability Speed of larger transmissions High volumes

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Internet Standards
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Internet Architecture Board(IAB) includes:
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Internet Engineering Task Force(IETF) Internet Reseaerch Task Force(IRTF)

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IAB develops & describes procedures & processes
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Requests forComments(RFC’s) Standards(STD’s)

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Standards
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EDI Transactions
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X12/EDIFACT Industry Specific Tradacoms/Odette/VDA

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EDI Transactions(new)
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XML

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Transports
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SMTP HTTP MIME

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Financial
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Financial EDI SET Digital Cash

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Standards
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Security
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PGP SSL EDINT S/MIME X.509 Certificates

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Directories
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LDAP

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Standards
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Industry Extranets
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ANX GISB

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Catalog & Procurement
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Consortia
– – CommerceNET RosettaNet

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OBI standards

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Standards
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Objects
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CORBA and IIOP ActiveX/COM and DCOM Enterprise Java Beans SAP BAPI’s

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Role of Standards in EC

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Enable EC by providing:
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Ease of Use Security Reliability High Speed Interoperability

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View from the smaller supplier
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EDI over the Internet provides a lower cost than traditional EDI but can be complex when their various customers implement different webbased solutions  Standards can help--industry implementations such as ANX are best bet.
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Automotive Network Exchange
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ANX
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Primary Objective is to provide the automotive trading community with a secure network at the transport layer. will offer services at the application layer such as:
– – – – client support application hosting application monitoring service level agreements

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Automotive Network Exchange
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GEIS global TCP/IP network:
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Access 750 cities in 42 countries 75 PDN’s 3 Network Super Centers 45 mainframes, 200 UNIX servers 30 TerraBytes of information Dial PPP access from 150 cities 1100 client site routers 24 Network Service Centers T1/T3 Frame Relay Backbone

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Automotive Network Exchange
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GEIS intends to participate as a Certified Service Provider(CSP) with direct connectivity to the ANX

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GEIS intends to participate as a value-added network connected to the ANX enabling trading partners to achieve ANX compliance

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Automotive Network Exchange
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GEIS products will become ANX Compliance with AIAG standards:
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TCP/IP based technology IPSec Internet security protocol HTTP and SMTP application layer protocols as recommended by the AIAG Message Routing WorkGroup

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Recommendations
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Implement Forms-based EDI over the Internet for smaller trading partners  Support Industry groups
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(such as AIAG) that are developing standard approaches such as ANX and have the critical mass to be successful

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Consider suppliers who have the bandwidth to provide “one-stop shopping”

GEIS Contacts
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AIAG
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Mark Yader (301) 340-5466 Gretchen Misner (301) 340-7640 www.geis.com http://sunsite.auc.dk/RFC or Search for RFC2000

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ANX
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GEIS Internet Site
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Library of RFC’s & STD
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