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EDI 850

July 25, 2018

For decades, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has helped the supply chain, manufacturing and distribution keep the industry moving products that are distributed to the mass market by retailers such as Target, Amazon, Walmart, Lowes, and more. EDI, with its global connectivity capabilities, extends a company’s reach to a broader network of trading partners throughout the

January 26, 2018

Re-use the GTIN, GDSN, and 128 Changes Made for Walmart and Others Margins are thin and competition is fierce in the food service industry. Consumer demands for transparency and product information are stronger. Cutting waste by enhancing efficiencies and improving food safety is top of mind for those in the industry. The food service supply

August 7, 2017

Amazon has announced that it will be merging three related chargebacks. This will help simplify Amazon’s purchase order fulfillment compliance structure. The new chargeback is called PO On-Time Accuracy. Effective September 1, 2017, it will consolidate the PO On-Time Non-Compliance, Excessive Backorder, and Unfilled by Cancel Date chargebacks. If you work with Amazon, what does

June 12, 2017

EDI compliance is the ability to send and receive EDI documents in the way that your trading partner requires. Each document must be exchanged with each partner in exactly the format they specify and following all of their business data rules. Maps are required to translate the EDI documents from the trading partner’s format into

June 5, 2017

A Purchase Order Transaction Set (850) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment provides customary and established business and industry practices relative to the placement of purchase orders for goods and services between companies. It often includes information generally found on a paper purchase order such as: Item, prices and