What is an EDI 810?
The EDI 810 is a X12 transaction set for an Invoice that is used to request payment from a buyer for goods or services. The EDI 810 provides information such as:
- Purchase order number, invoice or order number, and date
- Item data including descriptions, GTIN, quantities, prices, and unit of measurement
- Shipping information, such as carrier name and tracking number
- Bill-to information, such as address and destination distribution center code
Benefits of implementing the EDI 810
Implementing the EDI 810 enables you to streamline your supply chain. It eliminates the need for a paper invoice, thus reducing your business costs, resource needs, human error, and wastefulness.
EDI 810 Workflow
An EDI 810 is used to replace a paper invoice. The creation of the invoice is triggered by other EDI transactions.
Documents that are exchanged in congress with the EDI 810 include:
- 850 - Purchase Order: used to communicate the specific items a buyer wishes to order
- 855 - Purchase Order Acknowledgment: used to confirm you can meet the requirements in the purchase order
- 860 - Purchase Order Change Request (Buyer Initiated): used to request an update to the details on the original purchase order
- 940 - Warehouse Shipping Order: used to authorize a shipment of items from a warehouse
- 945 - Warehouse Shipping Advice: used to notify the trading partner of a shipment
- 997 - Functional Acknowledgment: used to confirm receipt of the 856
EDI 810 Example
ISA|00| |00| |08|0000000000 |ZZ|1234567890 |181107|0945|:|00501|850010691|0|P|-