Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements General (EDI Vendors)

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI policy was described in the previous post. We have already mentioned that Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI program was developed for faster and more effective business workflow. This is benefitial for all parties invloved in the EDI processing. Today we will mention some general Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements.

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements: Transactions

Designer Shoes Warehouse utilizes electronic data interchange (EDI), VICS X12 Format standard version 4010 for the transmission and receipt of data using the following messages:

  • 832 (Price/Sales Catalog)
  • 850 (Purchase Order)
  • 856 (Shipment Notice/Manifest)
  • 860 (Purchase Order Change Request – Buyer Initiated)
  • 997 (Functional Acknowledgement).

Designer Shoes Warehouse processes vendor transmissions once an hour, 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week. Vendor files are posted to the company’s merchandise system upon successful receipt and processing.

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements: Failures

Vendors receiving a failed transaction notification pertaining to an inbound message (i.e. 850, 860,..) will need to submit a request to IT department for re-transmission of the failed file within 24 business hrs of the notification. If the failure concerns an outbound message (i.e. 856, 997,..) to the company, vendor should resend all new transmissions using a new Interchange Control Header (“ISA”) number for the failed file. Message receipt failure notifications are transmitted by DSW IT via the 997 message with rejected “R” status.

Designer Shoes Warehouse EDI Requirements: Future Transactions

Going forward, additional electronic data interchange transaction messages will be included for exchange of information between the Designer Shoes Warehouse company and its EDI vendors. The following EDI transaction sets (not inclusive) are scheduled for development in the future:

  • 204 (Load Tender)
  • 210 (Freight Invoice)
  • 211 (Bill of Lading)
  • 212 (Trailer Manifest)
  • 214 (Shipment Status)
  • 215 (Motor Carrier Pick-Up Manifest)
  • 810 (Invoice)
  • 820 (Payment)
  • 852 (Inventory Movement/Product Activity)
  • 855 (Vendor PO).

Vendors who are just starting to work with electronic data interchange are invited to EDI Academy trainings and seminars taking place around the USA and in Canada. EDI trainings are vendor-independent. You can choose both the class for new EDI users and the class for the experienced ones. The program of EDI Academy seminars is available at the web-site as well as the current schedule. 

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