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
In today’s competitive environment, mass merchants are managing their inventory levels more carefully. This can lead to more frequent orders. With the use of EDI, your customer relationships improve. This is because EDI can speed up the process between companies and improves the accuracy of the information exchanged. Large customers such as Amazon, Walmart, and
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
The Business Need Kimber Manufacturing, Inc. is a New York-based manufacturing company. One of their trading partners is Cabela’s. Kimber needed help with processing 852 Data Activity for VMI (Vendor Managed Inventory). A customer of Data Communication Solutions (DCS) since 2013, Kimber turned to us for assistance. DCS EDI specialist Beth Moyer handled the project.