Rite Aid EDI

Rite Aid EDI And B2B Partner Requirements

Rite Aid Corporation is committed to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Business-to-Business (B2B) and considers vendor participation in this corporate strategy of utmost importance in developing an electronic partnership for its various business and financial cycles. Rite Aid supports industry standards and conventions as developed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) X12.

Rite Aid’s emphasis on EDI and Electronic Commerce is an extension of its original commitment to trading electronically. By adopting industry standards and conventions Rite Aid is able to broaden the scope of EDI efforts.

Rite Aid EDI transactions

  • 214 Transportation Carrier Shipment Status Message
  • 810 Invoice
  • 820 Payment Order/Remittance Advice
  • 822 Account Analysis
  • 824 Application Advice
  • 830 Planning Schedule (DC Forecast)
  • 831 Application Control Totals
  • 832 Price / Sales Catalog
  • 835 Health Care Claim Payment/Advice
  • 837 Health Care Claim
  • 846 Inventory Advice
  • 850 Purchase Order
  • 852 Product Activity Data – DC
  • 855 Purchase Order Acknowledgment (Imports)
  • 856 Ship Notice/Manifest
  • 860 Purchase Order Change
  • 875 Grocery Purchase Order
  • 997 Functional Acknowledgement

Rite Aid EDI Trading Partners Classification

  • Manufacturers
  • Wholesalers
  • Importers (Buying Agent, Forwarder, US Customs)
  • Other vendors (Merchandise / Expenses)
  • Alternate Source Supplier’s
  • Financial Institutions
  • Governmental Agencies / Authorities
  • Transportation Carriers
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Utilities / Telephone Companies
  • Third Party Logistics Services
  • EDI Third Party Services
  • Value-Added Networks

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

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