Numbercruncher offers an integrated EDI solution in partnership with Shannon Systems B2BGateway product. It allows All Orders users to setup EDI mapping through B2BGateway and then use the Numbercruncher built connector to export and import EDI documents to and from the All Orders system. In addition Numbercruncher provides custom EDI solutions for various platforms including HighJump True Commerce, SPS Commerce, BI Worldwide and more. Contact Numbercruncher sales @ 1-866-278-6243 today for more details.
The following are a list of common EDI documents used to send/receive data and how they relate to the All Orders document you know and love!
Documents sent and received to and from your customer
850 Purchase Order
The 850 document is imported into All Orders to generate a Sales Order which reflects what is being ordered by the customer on Purchase Order.
855 Purchase Order Acknowledgement
The 855 acknowledgement is exported from All Orders in response to an 850 Purchase Order document being successfully imported as a Sales Order document in All Orders. It is sent to confirm what data from the 850 was imported successfully.
860 Purchase Order Change Request
The 860 change request is imported into from All Orders to modify an existing Sales Order that was generated from an originating 850 Purchase Order document. Typical updates include line item quantities and ship/promise dates.
856 Ship Notice/Manifest
The 856 document, also known as an ASN (Advanced Shipping Notice), is exported from an All Orders Ship Doc that has been updated based on a 945 document imported from the warehouse and is sent to the customer. The 945 confirms what was shipped by the warehouse and creates/updates a ship doc. The 856 is then generated from the shipped ship doc to be sent to the customer to notify them of what is being shipped to them and when the shipment went out. Integrations of this type may include packaging information, label data and UCC 128 label printing.
The 810 document is exported from an All Orders Ship Doc and is often sent to the customer alongside an 856 document. It represents an invoice for the customer to enter into their accounts payable. Typically the Invoicing is handled within Quickbooks as opposed to it being part of the EDI integration.
Documents sent and received to and from a 3rd party logistics provider
940 Warehouse Shipping Order
The 940 document is exported from All Orders and represents an All Orders Sales Order or Ship Doc that has been created but not yet marked as shipped. This instructs the warehouse to ship products out to a specific customer.
945 Warehouse Shipping Advice
The 945 document is imported into All Orders to confirm shipment of products to a particular customer. This might result in an existing All Orders shipping document being updated and marked as shipped or the generating of a brand new ship doc.
943 Warehouse Stock Transfer Shipment Advice
The 943 document is exported from All Orders to be sent to your warehouse and represents an All Orders Purchase Order or Receiving Document that has been created but not yet received into stock. This gives the warehouse advance notice of a shipment of products on the way from a vendor/supplier to be put into stock.
944 Warehouse Stock Transfer Receipt Advice
The 944 document is imported into All Orders to confirm receipt of products from a particular vendor/supplier. This might result in an existing All Orders receiving document being updated and marked as received or the generating of a brand new receiving document.