Pharmaceutical EDI Data Integration

Pharmaceutical EDI Data Integration capabilities at McKesson Pharmaceutical EDI Data integration enables configurable pharmaceutical product and data sharing between pharmacy management systems, provider information systems and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. McKesson provides data interface solutions for pharmacy customers who are unable to support direct, automated electronic data interchange (EDI) through McKesson Data Exchange module. Solutions allow Read More →

EDI Webinars

EDI Webinars Schedule 2020 EDI Training webinars are a perfect opportunity to dive into basics of Electronic Data Interchange, improve your EDI knowledge and get company staff trained with certification. Choose a bundle and save 20%. The best dates and prices for you in the coming year! All Industries – EDI Fundamentals & Best Practices – San Read More →

EDI Transmits

EDI Transmits Tips (Lord & Taylor Vendor Transmissions) If vendor errors are identified during EDI Transmit, expense offset charges may be assessed. Vendors should note that if changing VANS from Lord & Taylor direct connect mailboxes at GXS and Inovis Inc., to any interconnect, all 852 Sales Data Reports will be turned off. Assign a Read More →

Lord And Taylor EDI Testing

Lord And Taylor EDI Testing Guidelines (New And Existing Vendors) Lord And Taylor EDI Testing requires testing EDI transactions prior to transmitting documents and shipping merchandise to Lord & Taylor. Translator level testing of the 856-Advance Ship Notice and 810-Electronic Invoice documents. Upon completion of successful testing, vendors are required to rollout production EDI documents. All format changes made to Read More →

Lord & Taylor Vendor EDI

Lord & Taylor Vendor EDI Enrollment Lord & Taylor Vendor EDI Enrollment supposes that all vendors need to be EDI compliant. EDI is an obligatory requirement of doing business with Lord & Taylor. An expense-offset fee will be assessed to any vendor who cannot comply with this standard. Lord & Taylor EDI Documents Required 850 Electronic Purchase Order Read More →

Lord & Taylor EDI Requirements

Lord & Taylor EDI Requirements For New Vendors Lord & Taylor EDI Requirements are critical for mutual success in trading partner relationships. Floor ready merchandise, coupled with EDI documents is an integral part of general merchandise retailing. Pre-ticketing with UPCs and Lord & Taylor retail prices and shipping on floor ready hangers are major factors in making this Read More →

HEB EDI Purchase Order

HEB EDI Purchase Order and the Advanced Shipping Notice Using identifiers and quantities provided in HEB EDI Purchase Order transmission is critical to generating an accurate 856 ASN. H-E-B’s primary method of transmitting Purchase Orders is the through the UCS 875 004010. The G68 segment provides the line item detail for each product being ordered. Read More →

The Home Depot Shipping

The Home Depot EDI Shipping Documents, Labelling And Packing Guidelines The Home Depot leverages EDI in order to quickly and accurately exchange transactional data with Suppliers. Home Depot Pro’ EDI program supports the following transactions: 810: Invoice 850: Purchase Order 855: Purchase Order Acknowledgment 856: Advance Ship Notice Labeling and Identification Package Identification/Labels: Master Carton and Read More →

H-E-B EDI ASN

H-E-B EDI ASN Required Segments by Hierarchy Level Today we focus on H-E-B EDI ASN Required Segments – primary product/shipment segments and specific requirements. Designing your ASN to meet the requirements below is critical to implementing Advance Shipping Notices with H-E-B. Tare Hierarchy Level The example below shows the basic requirements when defining Tare Level: HL*0003*0002*T Read More →

EDI shipping

S,O,T,P,I Hierarchy Diagram: Mixed Single, Multi Item Pallets (EDI ASN H-E-B) In situations where the case quantities ordered of a single item do not fill a single pallet a multi item pallet may be defined by: 1) Identifying a new Tare Level 2) Defining an item belonging to that Tare at the Pack level (Item Read More →