Purchase Order Verification

EDI Purchase Order Verification For Hibbett Vendors A vendor must receive a valid purchase order at Hibbett’s discretion, or Hibbett purchase spreadsheet from the Buyer. Hibbett has the ability to send EDI purchase orders (850). Hibbett’s purchase order terms and conditions apply to all purchases. Verify the accuracy of all purchase order details including ship Read More →

EDI UPC Assignment

EDI UPC Assignment And Catalog Requirements Hibbett EDI vendors should follow EDI program guides including UPC Assignment And Catalog Requirements. Assign UPC numbers at the product ID / color / size level for all Hibbett product. Once UPCs have been assigned, no modifications will be accepted. Any item modifications will result in the need for Read More →

Pack By Store EDI Order

Gordmans Pack By Store EDI Orders Guides Pack By Store Orders Shipped to DC Carton Packaging and Size Requirements are the Same as Bulk Orders with some exception. The packing list and/or 856 EDI-ASN must match shipment exactly and tickets sent in advance correctly applied to merchandise. Incorrect packing list information can cause delays in Read More →

EDI Shipping

Carton Packaging and Size Requirements (Gordmans) EDI approved vendors are required to use UCC-128/GSI-128 label and place on lower right of longest end of cartons. Bulk Orders Shipped to DC Pack each style separately by size and color. Make sure each carton contains merchandise for one purchase order only. Each item’s cartons must have the Read More →

EDI Labeling

SRI Labeling Requirements For EDI Approved Vendors Every carton being shipped to the Omaha DC should have a compliant GS1-128 (formerly UCC-128) label. Please follow the GS1 US specifications when producing the GS1-128 label. GS1 (formerly the Uniform Code Council) is the global standards’ authority for item (UPC /EAN) and logistical numbering. In addition to Read More →

SRI EDI UPC

SRI EDI UPC Catalog Requirements SRI currently supports the GXS catalog. SRI prefers trading partners to provide accurate, updated UPC data via the GXS Catalog. Updated information should be sent electronically (832) to GXS a minimum of 10 days before market. Once you have assigned size ranges and communicated your UPC’s to GXS, then size Read More →

GS1 Barcode

GS1 Barcode Via Digital Link Initiative The GS1 system was originally designed in the early 1970s and has evolved to serve the needs of supply chains and is most relevant from manufacturer to checkout. In today’s connected world, where consumers and business partners’ expectations are informed by everyday experiences online, GS1 needs to make a Read More →

Retail Barcoding

Retail Digital Barcoding: Getting Started With Digital Link Whether you use internal resources or engage a GS1 US Solution Provider, here are some core considerations as your trading partners begin to label their products with 2D barcodes containing Digital Link. Consideration 1: Retailer-specific experiences Determine whether you will want to enable retailer-specific experiences for products you Read More →

Digital Link for Retail

GS1 Digital Link for Retail Business GS1 Digital Link “web-enables” barcodes by providing a simple, standards-based structure for encoded data in any 2D line-of-sight data carrier. Given that GS1 Digital Link is a standards-based structure, it allows the use of simple rules so apps, websites, and POS scanners can enable connections, shopping experiences, interesting product Read More →

Barcode Implementation

Digital Link Barcode Implementation Steps Consumers scan a 2D data carrier, such as a QR code, with their smartphones. Retailers scan the same code at the point of sale. In either case, the web-enabled barcode directs the user to an intelligent product identity in the cloud. Based on that intelligent product identity, the consumer or Read More →