Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy General Info

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy was developed for optimization of supply processes in the company and therefore facilitating business workflow. Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy requires all Designer Shoes Warehouse vendors to exchange business documents via EDI. These documents include purchase orders (850 PO), purchase order changes (860 POC – Buyer Initiated), advance shipment notices (856 Shipment Notice/Manifest), universal product codes (832 Price/Sales Catalog) and transaction acknowledgments (997 Functional Acknowledgement). The vendor can contact the Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI department in order to establish an EDI system for business to business communications. In some instances, specific vendors and/or merchandise types may be exempted from this requirement by the Designer Shoes Warehouse.

All Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI vendors must complete the company’s online EDI survey within 10 days from initial merchandise transaction by representatives of the company and vendor personnel. Vendors can access the EDI survey using the Designer Shoes Warehouse vendor website This information is crucial for the set up of EDI relationships between the company and the vendor.

Designer Shoes Warehouse realizes that many of its vendors have existing EDI relationships with other customers. If there are any specific vendor EDI trading partner agreements outside of the survey, the vendor should contact Designer Shoes Warehouse IT. The company will work with the vendor to ensure that these requirements are maintained while meeting the Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Policy.

Designer Shoes Warehouse will assist vendors in the development, testing, and transmission of EDI messages to and from the vendor and company. Vendors in an EDI test status will process and ship company merchandise using the hard copy PO. After successful EDI certification, vendors will process and/or ship company merchandise using EDI generated documents only (i.e. 850, 856, 860, etc). The vendor is not to use faxed copies of the company’s PO for processing, routing, and shipping, merchandise.

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