Gordmans EDI 850 Purchase Order Standards
By implementing EDI standards and technologies, Gordmans can expedite the movement of merchandise through the supply chain insuring a smooth flow from trading partners to the selling floor, better management of inventories, increased sales and enhanced customer service. Find below EDI 850 Purchase Order guides.
- All vendors must respond to the 850 Purchase Order with an accurate 997 Functional Acknowledgement within 72 hours of receipt of the 850 Purchase Order.
- You must be capable of retransmitting all EDI documents within 24 hours of request.
- Gordmans (SRI) supports the use of pre-packs to streamline the flow of distribution. There are three EDI PO formats utilize to electronically transmit purchase orders written with packs:
- Transmit the order in the same format as a bulk order, the basic 850 format.
- Note: The SRI buying office will forward the pack breakdown to the appropriate party within the vendor’s company.
- The order is to be shipped based on the pack breakdown from the buying office. Failure to do so will be considered non-compliant, and subject to non-compliance charges.
- Transmit the number of packs, the pack UPC, and include the pack breakdown in the EDI PO.
- The vendor is required to provide the pack UPC in the ASN and EDI invoice. This requires the use of the 850 PO format using SLN segment.
- Transmit messages in the MGS segment of the 850 and terms in the ITD segment.
- SRI will transmit a message when the order has pre-packs on them. Example: “This order contains pre-packs”. If there are NO pre-packs on the order, then NO message will be sent. Payment Terms will be sent in the ITD segment of the 850.
- The 810 Invoice must be sent within 24 hours of shipment pickup from vendor’s warehouse.
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