EDI Transmits

EDI Transmits Tips (Lord & Taylor Vendor Transmissions) If vendor errors are identified during EDI Transmit, expense offset charges may be assessed. Vendors should note that if changing VANS from Lord & Taylor direct connect mailboxes at GXS and Inovis Inc., to any interconnect, all 852 Sales Data Reports will be turned off. Assign a Read More →

GS1-128 Shipping Label

Nordstrom Label For EDI Shipments GS1-128 Shipping Label must be generated in accordance with GS1 (Global Standards) US, Nordstrom’s label requirements follow standard GS1/EAN SSCC-18 common label formats. Detailed information about the SSCC-18 data structure and associated GS1/EAN-128 symbol can be found online at www.gs1us.org. Expense offset fees are applied if the GS1-128 labels are Read More →

Rite Aid EDI

Rite Aid EDI And B2B Partner Requirements Rite Aid Corporation is committed to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Business-to-Business (B2B) and considers vendor participation in this corporate strategy of utmost importance in developing an electronic partnership for its various business and financial cycles. Rite Aid supports industry standards and conventions as developed by the American National Read More →

EDI Logistics

Rite Aid EDI Enrollment Steps Rite Aid requires that the EDI purchase order (850 transaction), Advance Ship Notice (856 transaction) and the Invoice (810 transaction) be supported and in production for all Rite Aid Suppliers shipping to Rite Aid Distribution Centers (DC). Suppliers delivering directly to Rite Aid stores (DSD) are expected to support and Read More →

Retail Barcoding

Retail Digital Barcoding: Getting Started With Digital Link Whether you use internal resources or engage a GS1 US Solution Provider, here are some core considerations as your trading partners begin to label their products with 2D barcodes containing Digital Link. Consideration 1: Retailer-specific experiences Determine whether you will want to enable retailer-specific experiences for products you Read More →

Digital Link for Retail

GS1 Digital Link for Retail Business GS1 Digital Link “web-enables” barcodes by providing a simple, standards-based structure for encoded data in any 2D line-of-sight data carrier. Given that GS1 Digital Link is a standards-based structure, it allows the use of simple rules so apps, websites, and POS scanners can enable connections, shopping experiences, interesting product Read More →

830 EDI

830 (Planning Schedule) And 862 (Shipping Schedule/Production Schedule) LEAR EDI Transaction Sets 830 Planning Schedule transaction set can be used to provide for customary and established business practice relative to the transfer of forecasting/material release information between organizations. The Planning Schedule Transaction may be used in various ways or in combination of ways, such as: A Read More →

EDI Case Study

EDI Case Study Examples EDI Case Study is one of the most interesting topics that can be discussed between EDI professionals. EDI Case Study research helps to see a potential business objective and its real-life solution. Find below a couple of EDI Case Study examples – an integrated trading platform and a developing grocery wholesaler. Integrated trading platform implementation Objective: To Read More →

EDI 997 Monitoring

EDI 997 Monitoring (Lowe’s Requirements) The Trading Partner should monitor the receipt of the EDI 997 to reconcile them with their EDI transactions sent to Lowe’s. If the Trading Partner does not receive the EDI 997, this means Lowe’s did not receive the Trading Partner’s EDI transaction. When this occurs, the Trading Partner should track Read More →

EDI 997 Lowe's

Lowe’s sending EDI 997 to Trading Partners EDI 997 is also used by Lowe’s to transmit acknowledgments to its trading partners to confirm receipt of all inbound EDI transactions. Lowe’s will return an EDI 997 Functional Acknowledgment to the Trading Partner within 15-minutes from receiving the EDI transaction from the Trading Partner. One 997 transaction will be transmitted to the Trading Partner Read More →