FashionFlow™ EDI

  • EDI (GXS PARTNER)

gxs-logoPowerful and complete software system made for the fashion industry EDI. The logical and expandable design incorporated into the EDI Module results in a sophisticated and flexible solution package that is fully capable of keeping pace with new and changing EDI requirements. FashionFlow™ Apparel ERP has a built-in native translation engine, thereby eliminating the need for a third party EDI application.
The transactional processes used by the FashionFlow™ Apparel ERP EDI package efficiently handles the data maintained on the system, thereby eliminating the need for tedious manual processing.
The EDI package offers several standard and advanced inquiry and reporting options, as well as automatically generated transmission-based error and audit reports. This powerful FashionFlow™ Apparel ERP EDI module is a highly efficient, automated application that takes the complexity of EDI processing out of the order fulfillment department. User productivity and performance are greatly enhanced due to the versatility of the package and the elimination of duplicate entry. EDI master files contain the necessary data for the successful transmission and retrieval of electronic data. Data contained in the FashionFlow™ Apparel ERP master files plays an integral part in the EDI process.
The program is equipped with a broad selection of multi-directional document processing features,
global update options, form and label controls, conversion tables, and document maintenance functions.

  • Supports multiple document types
  • Trading partners easily added on an as needed basis
  • Automatically translates incoming and outgoing data.
  • Built in internal maps and translator. No third translators required
  • Multi version support
  • Automatic population from EDI orders to the FashionFlow™ Apparel ERP order entry program.
  • Customer specific UCC128 labels included with Trading Partner
  • Automated order separations by customer department, vendor number,etc.
  • Complete auditing and reporting of all transactions
  • Document transmission controls
  • Global maintenance options
  • Automated boxing upon pick ticket creation according to the pre-pack setup
  • Multi pre-pack for the same style within the same sales order
  • Shipping manifest
  • 3PL (3rd party warehousing) EDI transactions for inventory load, pick slip and outbound shipping

 

  • EDI TRANSACTIONS

RETAIL OUTBOUND EDI

  • 810 Invoice, 997 Sales Order Acknowledgement, 832 UPC Catalog, 856 Advance Ship Notice, 753 Dynamic Routing, 870 Order Status Report, 180 Return Merchandise

RETAIL INBOUND EDI

  • 820 Payment Advice, 850 Sales Order, 860 Order Change, 754 Dynamic Routing, 812 Credit Memo, 869 Order Status Inquiry, 816/864 Address Change, 852 Product Activity

FACTOR OUTBOUND EDI

  • 855 Order, 810 Factor Invoice

FACTOR INBOUND EDI

  • 855 Order

3RD PARTY LOGISTICS (3PL) OUTBOUND EDI

  • 940 Pick Ticket, 856 Style Information, 832 UPC Catalog

3RD PARTY LOGISTICS (3PL) INBOUND EDI

  • 945 Shipment, 947 Inventory Adjustment, 846 On-Hand Inventory

FACTORY OUTBOUND EDI

  • 850 Purchase Order

FACTORY INBOUND EDI

  • 856 Advance Ship Notice

B2C WEBSITE OUTBOUND EDI

  • 832 UPC Catalog, 846 On-Hand Inventory, 856 Shipment Tracking/Pro #

VICS Bill Of Lading system

B2C WEBSITE INBOUND EDI

  • 850 Sales Order, Credit Card Approval

Trading Partners

  • Mayc’s, Bloomingdales, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Academy, Bealls, Belk, Boscov, Bradlees, Burlington, Casual Male, Charming Shoppe, Coldwater Creek, Dillard’s, Elder-Beerman, Federated, FMG, Fingerhut, Foot Locker, GAP, Goody’s Family Clothing, Gottschalks, JCPenney, Kid’s R’ Us, K&G, Kohl’s, Liberty House, May Co., Meijer, Mervyn, Montgomery Ward, Nike, Nordstrom, Saks, Inc. Sears, Shopko, Stage Stores, Inc., Target Corp., MarshallField, Traval Smith, The Bon Ton, Troutman’s, Emporium, Uptons, Von Maur, Walmart and many others that are not listed above.