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Retail EDI Documents For Supply Chain and Warehousing

A list of retail EDI documents applicable for supply chain and warehousing were already discussed in our blog. You can find more info here. Today we continue the sequence of posts devoted to retail EDI documents and you will discuss the following electronic data interhcnage transactions: Purchase Order Change Request – Buyer Initiated (EDI 860), Purchase Order Change Acknowledgement / Request – Seller Initiated (EDI 865), Order Status Inquiry (EDI 869), Order Status Report (EDI 870), Product Transfer and Resale Report (EDI 867).

860 Purchase Order Change Request – Buyer Initiated. The given EDI transaction is initiated by the buyer and is used both to request changes in the previously sent purchase order to the seller and to confirm by the buyer the purchase order changes made by the seller (or mutually agreed).

865 Purchase Order Change Acknowledgement / Request – Seller Initiated. This document provides the acceptance or rejection of the changes made to a previously sent purchase order by a seller. Also it can be used to notify the buyer about the changes initiated by the seller regarding the previously sent purchase order.

869 Order Status Inquiry. The Order Status Inquiry transaction set is used to request information regarding definite items/services on a purchase order. The inquiry can be transmitted for all ordered items or a portion of them as well as regarding unshipped/shipped items.

870 Order Status Inquiry. The given transaction set has multiple functions. It can be used to report on the current status of a requirement forecast, purchse order, selected items/products/services. 870 Order Status Inquiry can be used to report on the current status of requisitions or to update the supplier’s scheduled shipment.

867 Product Transfer and Resale Report. This electronic data interchange document may be used for several purposes: to report information regarding the product transferred to another point; to report sales of product from different points to customers; to report lost orders (the demand for the product beyond its actual sales).

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