DSW EDI Additional Guidelines For Vendor Merchandise DSW EDI more requirements for vendors are given below in addition to general DSW EDI Program Guidelines. More info can be found in our previous posts. Under no circumstances will DSW be liable to vendor as a result of any cancellation after acceptance for any amount in excess of the purchase price Read More →

DSW 832 EDI Transaction (Price/Sales Catalog) Mapping Notes DSW 832 EDI Transaction notes described in this blog contain those important for the usage of the Price/Sales Catalog Transaction Set within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment. The DSW 832 EDI transaction set can be used to provide for customary and established business and industry Read More →

EDI Implementation Guidelines and Mapping Practice Notes EDI Implementation Guidelines and Mapping instructions are very important issues to consider when starting EDI partnership. Keep in mind that EDI transaction sets are often general, vast, and broad in scope. One trading partner may require, for example, to use certain segments in the definite transaction, or to use particular ones in a Read More →

JCPenny Vendor Requirements as a part of EDI program for vendors The goal of this post is to provide JCPenny Vendor Requirements concerning mapping and translation process to partners. The objective of these JCPenny Vendor Requirements is to enhance the logistics processes through improved information flow and bar code technology. JCPenny Vendor Requirements – Levels Data JCPenny Read More →

Neiman Marcus EDI mapping guidelines Neiman Marcus EDI mapping as well as other EDI requirements are strictly subjected to the VICS standards as specified in the Retail Industry Conventions and Implementation Guidelines for Electronic Data Interchange. Any transaction sent to The Neiman Marcus Group that does not conform to these guidelines will be rejected. InterTrade serves as Read More →