DataTrans specializes in all aspects of EDI related solutions. Drop ship, also known as direct-to-consumer fulfillment, has taken e-commerce to another level. How does drop ship work? Simple.
FedEx & UPS integrators input the tracking number on the Advance Shipment Notice (856) and auto-generates the label.
DataTrans EDI experts provide the tools for our users to operate at peak efficiency and all through one WebEDI portal. Drop ship suppliers can easily manage activity, fulfill orders and print labels within minutes of receiving a purchase order from a consumer. The requirements of Drop ship are different than direct to store shipments. The organization of data, fulfillment process and timeliness of EDI response documents is more stringent. DataTrans WebEDI provides the tools to allow you to operate at peak efficiency when fulfilling drop ship orders. Specific drop ship features of WebEDI include:
Each drop ship retailer will have their own required EDI transaction sets, but the most common EDI documents include:
Some of our
Combine the power and intuitive nature of WebEDI with your internal QuickBooks accounting system and you have an instant integrated EDI solution. Contact us for a demo of WebEDI and the QuickBooks Integrator and see how you can begin realizing all of the efficiency gains that come with an integrated EDI solution.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Data Trans; they provide wonderful customer service, understand our organization’s needs, and have delivered custom solutions to help us grow. DataTrans is a true partner in every sense of the word. So glad we’ve found them.”
Drop Ship Supplier: Melissa LeHann, LatchPal