Norvanco International EDI

Norvanco International EDI Program Basic Requirements

Norvanco International EDI Program recognizes the Electronic Data Interchange means to facilitate quick and accurate order fulfillment and to provide multi-level cost savings over traditional paper-based information systems. Utilizing EDI services, we electronically receive and process tens-of-thousands of purchase orders and shipment confirmations daily.

Using VAN, AS2, FTPS, or proprietary e-mail files, data transfer between client, Norvanco and recipient occurs seamlessly. Operational efficiencies, productivity and accuracy all increase in lock-step.

Through Norvanco proprietary client interface, eVista, real-time access to inventory, shipping (historic and pending) and delivery information is available 24/7 in a totally secure environment over the Internet. eVista offers one-time data entry, on-line data storage, automatic reconciliation, faster management reporting and the opportunity to improve customer service while reducing errors and administrative costs.

Common EDI Transaction Sets

  • 940 Warehouse Shipping Order – authorizes, confirms, modifies or cancels the shipment of goods
  • 945 Warehouse Shipping Advice – confirms shipments made and reconciles order and shipment quantities
  • 856 Ship Notice / Manifest – lists the contents of a shipment as well as additional information – order information, product description, physical characteristics, type of packaging, marking, carrier information, and configuration of goods as shipped
  • 997 Functional Acknowledgement – acknowledgment of communication.
Vendor Compliance
Norvanco International has met the ever evolving requirements of retail distribution for 30 years, and is committed to meeting and exceeding future distribution needs. A few of the services Norvanco can offer its partners would include:
  • EDI Communications
  • Retailer Specific Contact Information
  • 856 Ship Notices
  • Retailer Specific PO Formatting
  • Ship-Complete Rules
  • 856 EDI Structure Rules
  • Bill of Lading
  • 997 Acknowledgements
  • Retail Rejection and Error Notifications
  • Retailer Specific Labeling and Packaging Requirements
  • UCC128 Compliant Labeling
  • Retailer Specific Carrier and Routing Requirements
  • UCC (Uniform Code Council) compliant bar codes for product marking or shipping labels
  • RFID Tag and Scan
  • Vendor Managed Inventory Program Management

To learn more about EDI integration and become a certified  EDI Professional please visit our course schedule page.

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