Home Depot EDI Solution
Cut out manual EDI management across multiple systems. A two-way integrated connection between Home Depot and your ERP or accounting system reduces your processing costs.
Home Depot EDI Compliance
Home Depot Canada and US offer both a brick-and-mortar shopping experience as well as an online shopping experiences for home improvement products.
The Home Depot store purchasing is managed via Sterling Commerce (IBM) and the online purchasing is managed via CommerceHub.
OrderEase provides EDI integrations for both store and online order management for Home Depot.
OrderEase integration process with Home Depot
Based on your relationship and requirements, the following EDI business document types may be required to send and receive between your business and Home Depot.
850 Purchase Order
OrderEase receives the purchase order from the Home Depot EDI service provider then translates from EDI format into an order that pushes into your integrated ERP or accounting system, as well as to your integrated logistics system.
855 Purchase Order Acknowledgement
Through configured workflows, a trigger can be set to send an 855 back to Home Depot indicating whether the order is fully accepted or rejected.
856 Advance Shipping Notice
Whether generated from your integrated ERP or logistics provider, the shipping data is translated within OrderEase into the ASN EDI document. This allows you to tell Home Depot when to expect delivery.
Workflows can be configured to send an invoice to Home Depot once an order status has been changed to shipped. The invoice data will be pulled from your integrated ERP, translated into the 810 EDI format and transmitted to Home Depot.
997 Functional Acknowledgement
At many stages throughout the EDI transmission process, functional acknowledgements are required by Home Depot. This communication informs them you have received their message. These acknowledgements are configured to trigger during the set up and certification stage of your integration with Home Depot.
846 Inventory Feed
You have the option to send an inventory feed for products you trade with Home Depot. The inventory will pull directly from your integrated ERP system or if your ERP doesn't support inventory, you can manage inventory inside your OrderEase web portal.
If needed, OrderEase will pull the Home Depot branded packing slip and attach it to your order for easy retrieval and printing.
OrderEase EDI connections support all documents standards such as ANSI X12, EDIFACT, XCBL, and connection types such as VAN, AS2, FTP (flat file), and API.
How OrderEase EDI integration makes Home Depot orders easier to manage and fulfill
Replace trading partner dashboards with visibility within the OrderEase dashboard. Perfect for transactions your ERP or accounting system can't handle.
Set triggers to automatically send an EDI transmission based on a status change such as "shipped" or "invoiced".
Multiple systems and workflows can be managed with OrderEase. The shipping status change in the logistics integration can trigger an invoice to be generated out of your ERP.
Your outsourced warehouse can be integrated to receive order data as well as communicate shipment data to and from OrderEase, which is then pushed through the applicable workflow.
OrderEase becomes your managed service provider for EDI
This means we are there with you every step of the way to make your integrated connection with Home Depot as quick and easy as possible.
Let us know when you are ready to establish an integrated connection with your trading partners.
Once your OrderEase account is prepared, your project manager will guide you to reach out to Sterling Commerce (for in store), or CommerceHub (for online), and Home Depot to let them know you want to establish an integrated EDI connection.
You will receive an agreement from the Home Depot managed service provider to complete business information and connection details. We will assist you with completing this information and you will introduce your OrderEase representative to the Home Depot EDI partner testing representative.
OrderEase will review the EDI testing and certification requirements for Home Depot and your business then create and test the document exchange with the assigned test analyst. Once all testing and certification has been completed, Home Depot's service provider will indicate the "go live" date for the integrated connection.
Once the connection is live, you will be able to manage your EDI transactions through your ERP or accounting system and / or within the OrderEase web portal.
With digital ordering and automation in place, TDI Brands will be steps ahead of the competition by leveraging the OrderEase solution.
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