EDI Service Providers Meeting Dillard’s EDI Program Requirements
EDI Service Providers will help if vendors do not want to go to the expense of purchasing EDI translation software and hiring a consultant or internal programmer. There are EDI Service Providers that can do your EDI for a vendor and help vendor meet Dillard’s EDI requirements. Using an EDI Service Bureau is a very cost effective way to get started with EDI, they usually have a small set up fee and a monthly fee for the EDI Corporate Logistics they process for you. Some of them also have solutions for ticketing & carton labels they can provide for an additional fee.
If you would like a list of EDI Service Providers some of Dillard’s vendors currently use please email EDI.Testing@Dillards.com for a copy of the list
These EDI Service Providers have a mailbox directly on OpenText/GXS or InterTrade so they meet Dillard’s no interconnecting policy. If you choose to use an EDI Service Provider that is already sending & receiving EDI files with Dillard’s all EDI Transaction Sets will be set up in Production for your vendor number, no testing is required.
Dillard’s EDI Policy Transaction Sets
- 810 – Invoice
- 816 – Organizational Relationship
- 820 – Remittance Advice
- 832 – Price Sales Catalog (VIA 3RD Party)
- 850 – Purchase Order
- 856 – Advance Shipping Notice
- 860 – Purchase Order Change
- 864 – Text Message
- 997 – Functional Acknowledgment
Dillard’s EDI Compliance Policy gives a 60-day grace period once company becomes an active vendor with Dillard’s, to become compliant on the following Mandatory EDI Documents. Until vendor is EDI compliant, all purchase orders and invoices are available via Dillard’s Vendor Portal on ebiz.dillards.com. If these Mandatory Transaction Sets are not implemented within the 60-day grace period, the non-compliance processing charges will be assessed.
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