ORDERS EDIFACT

ORDERS EDIFACT (Purchase Order Message) ORDERS EDIFACT transaction specifies details for goods or services ordered under conditions agreed between the parties (the seller and the buyer). ORDERS EDIFACT message may be used for national and international purposes (field of application). This EDIFACT transaction relates to commerce, administration and transport sections of business. ORDERS EDIFACT Usage Read More →

INVOIC EDIFACT

INVOIC EDIFACT (Invoice EDI Message) INVOIC EDIFACT EDI Transaction claims payment for goods or services supplied under conditions agreed between the parties (the seller and the buyer). Invoice Message serves also as the specification for Debit Note and Credit Note messages. INVOIC EDIFACT message may be used for national and international purposes (field of application). Read More →

DESADV EDIFACT

DESADV EDIFACT (Despatch Advice Message) DESADV EDIFACT message is used to specify details for goods despatched or ready for despatch under agreed conditions. Despatch Advice may serve both as a specification for Delivery Despatch Advice and also as a Returns Despatch Advice message. DESADV EDIFACT message may be used for national and international purposes (field of Read More →

CUSRES EDIFACT

CUSRES EDIFACT (Customs Response Message) CUSRES EDIFACT message is used to transfer data from a customs administration. The purposes of the Customs Response Message are the following: to acknowledge the receipt of the message to indicate whether the information received is correct or if there are errors (i.e. accepted without errors, accepted with errors, rejected, Read More →

CUSDEC EDIFACT

CUSDEC EDIFACT (Customs Declaration Message) CUSDEC EDIFACT message transfers data from a declarant to a customs administration. The purpose of CUSDEC EDIFACT message is to meet legislative and/or operational requirements in respect of the declaration of goods for import, export or transit. There are also other ways to use Customs Declaration Message: to transmit data Read More →

997 Acknowledgement Reconciliation

997 Acknowledgement Reconciliation Most translators will automate the way 997s acknowledgements are handled. The process of sending 997s for incoming documents should be automated. Receiving 997s and reconciling them with the documents to which they are linked should be automated as well. A method must exist (e.g. e-mail notifications) to notify the EDI operations team of erroneous 997s. Not Read More →

EDI 997 Functional Acknowledgement

EDI 997 Functional Acknowledgement Mapping Guides 997 Functional Acknowledgement transaction is a response that confirms a file was received and could be properly read by the translator. 997 Functional Acknowledgement can also report on exactly what caused any errors on the original document. It can notify the sender whether the document was accepted or rejected. Functional Acknowledgements acknowledge receipt of Read More →

820 Payment

820 Payment / Remittance Advice Important Notes The 820 Payment / Remittance Advice and Electronic Funds Transfers are not just limited to the process of moving money. Payments involve both the treasury and the accounting function, and the 820 Payment/RA should be thought more of a business process than simply a transaction. The exchange of information from the Read More →

856 Advanced Ship Notice

856 Advanced Ship Notice (Oshkosh Suppliers) The 856 Advanced Ship Notice (ASN) process area represents clear communication from suppliers to Oshkosh Corporation regarding inbound freight. The 856 Advanced Ship Notice will allow Oshkosh Corporation facilities to better plan and manage their inbound activities. The 856 Advanced Ship Notice is a one-way transaction from the supplier Read More →

Party City EDI 810 Invoice

Party City EDI 810 Invoice Vendor Guidelines Party City EDI 810 Invoice is used for the billing of goods shipped. All Corporate purchase orders received via EDI, must be invoiced using the 810 EDI transaction containing the following information: The Ref Si segment in the ASN must match the REF SI segment on the Invoice and Read More →