850 EDI Transaction (ACADEMY SPORTS & OUTDOORS) Example
850 EDI transaction is one of the transactions required for electronic data interchange transmission between ACADEMY SPORTS & OUTDOORS and its vendors. Academy is committed to the use of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) for the purpose of exchanging purchase orders and related documents. Academy requires all vendors to have EDI capabilities that include the ability to receive the 850 EDI transaction (Purchase Order). Vendors new to Academy are allowed a 90-day development grace period (if needed) from the date they are set up in the billing system.
850 EDI Transaction Sample (ASC X12 Version Release: 4010)
MSG*THE TERMS AT VENDOR.ACADEMY.COM GOVERN THIS ORDER AND ARE INCORPORATED HEREIN
MSG*AMENDED TERMS POSTED EFFECTIVE 12.30.15 AT VENDOR.ACADEMY.COM GOVERN THIS ORDER
MSG*DEFECTIVES CALL SALES REP
N3*1549 Primewest Pkwy
PID*F****GLOVE AND MITT
PID*F****GLOVE AND MITT
850 EDI Transaction Mapping Notes
- Academy will be transmitting 14 digits. If you use a 12 digit UPC then we will add two lead zeros to the front of your UPC. Return EDI documents do not have to include the two lead zeros.
- Codes for Service Characteristics Qualifiers:
GC Gauge & Caliber
GR Gear Ratio
LW Length & Width
PW Product Power
ST Shot Type
YR License Year
Academy is looking to partner with vendors that can help achieve the stated goal of improving merchandise flow through Distribution Center. Pack-by-Store (PBS) builds on these flow enhancements and is an extension of Academy process improvement back through the supply chain to vendor.
Your company will receive one Purchase Order (PO) via EDI transmission. The PO will state the assignment of SKUs and their quantities to each store location. You must be able to recognize the requested distribution of goods and pack them accordingly. Then you must respond with an accurate ASN. When goods arrive in the D.C., they are cross-docked for quick shipment to the stores. Orders should NOT be shipped directly to the stores, unless otherwise instructed by the buyer. Once unloaded, the UCC-128 labels are scanned and the designated cartons are sent to each individual store location’s outbound dock. In order for the cross-dock process to take place efficiently, the product should be “floor-ready” as required by the SMART Guide.