EDI Grocery business solutions

EDI Grocery Business: Notes for electronic business operations in grocery retail EDI Grocery business solutions can be regarded as instruments that can improve grocery supply chain by raising the effectiveness of files transmission process, reducing costs and speeding-up operation. Grocery industry is a very competitive business and that is why most retailers continue to concentrate on Read More →

Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing

Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing – Advantage Of the Speed, Accuracy And Cost Savings Of Electronic Transactions Cardinal Health 810 Invoicing is useful and benefitial for all Cardinal Health partners. Both parties can benefit from streamlined and more efficient payment processes. EDI 810 transaction is the industry standard for the safe, secure transmission of invoice data into Read More →

EDI 850 Inbound Purchase Order

EDI 850 Inbound Purchase Order Mapping Specification Notes EDI 850 Inbound Purchase Order extra mapping guides refer to receiving VICS 850 Purchase Orders from a vendor. Deviation from VICS retail industry conventions and guidelines for EDI format may negate Macy’s ability to receive data from its trading partners. EDI 850 Inbound Purchase Order is required in VICS Read More →

Shopko EDI

Shopko EDI Vendor Program Testing of 850 Purchase Order Shopko EDI Vendor Program requires all merchandise vendors to exchange 850 Purchase Orders (PO), 810 Invoices, 856 Advanced Ship Notice (ASN) and UCC128 labels. Before starting Shopko EDI Vendor Program testing process all vendors should complete the EDI Trading Partner Profile. Once Shopko receives the EDI Trading Partner Profile, there Read More →

Shopko EDI 810 Invoice

Shopko EDI 810 Invoice For  Pre-Pack (Display Item) Shopko EDI 810 Invoice Display Pack is a part of Shopko initial orders program (an assortment of product may be ordered to stock a store). This assortment is also known as a ‘pre-pack’ or ‘display’ item. The Shopko PO system considers this assortment/prepack/display a single item. This document is Read More →

Shopko EDI 850

Shopko EDI 850 Purchase Order For  Pre-Pack (Display Item) Shopko EDI 850 Purchase Order Display Pack is a part of Shopko initial orders program (an assortment of product may be ordered to stock a store). This assortment is also known as a ‘pre-pack’ or ‘display’ item. The Shopko PO system considers this assortment/prepack/display a single item. Read More →

Family Dollar 850 EDI Mapping

Family Dollar 850 EDI Mapping For ITD, DTM And TDS Segments Family Dollar 850 EDI Mapping Notes given below establish necessary guidelines for the Purchase Order Transaction Set (850) mapping practice (ITD, DTM and TDS segments). The Family Dollar 850 EDI Mapping guidelines described in this blog post are presented in the form of notes and do not cover Read More →

EDI 856 Ship Notice

Family Dollar Purchase Order Mapping: ISA, GS, REF, FOB Segments Family Dollar Purchase Order Mapping EDI Notes given below establish necessary guidelines for the Purchase Order Transaction Set (850) mapping practice. The Family Dollar Purchase Order transaction set can be used to provide for customary and established business and industry practice relative to the placement of Read More →

Retail EDI Transactions

Retail EDI Transactions: 850, 852, 855, 856, 857 Retail EDI Transactions descriptions in today’s blog post cover such electronic data interchange transactions as Purchase Order (850), Product Activity Data (852), Purchase Order Acknowledgment (855), Shipment Notice/Manifest (856) and Shipment and Billing Notice (857). The mentioned retail EDI transactions are widely used in supply chain industry Read More →

DWS EDI Purchase Order

DWS EDI Purchase Order and Invoice Notes and Guides DWS EDI Purchase Order requirements regard to all vendors partnering with DWS (Designer Shoes Warehouse). More guidelines may be found in previous two posts devoted to DWS EDI Purchase Order guides. Vendor shall prepare a separate invoice for each department and each EDI PO within a shipment. All documents Read More →