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EDI Integration for Consumer Packaged Goods and Hardlines

Comprehensive, Flexible Solution

Data Masons EDI is a comprehensive and flexible solution that can meet your retail customers’ increasingly complex requirements for status information. Data Masons EDI’s ability to integrate complex compliance documents such as SDQ purchase orders and ASNs easily and without customization makes Data Masons EDI a perfect choice for users of our supported ERP solutions.

Benefits of Data Masons EDI for Consumer Packaged Goods include:

  • Complete transit management solution with Routing Request, Vendor Managed Inventory, Inbound Payment Integration, Outbound Invoices, Cross Dock, Drop Ship, and SDQ Order Handling, Order Status Reporting, Purchase Order Acknowledgement and Purchase Order Change Acknowledgements
  • Complete ASN packing solution with UCC128 compliance labeling, VICS Bill of Lading, Price/Catalog, Inventory Status and Advanced Point-Of-Sale Reporting
  • Supports X12, EDIFACT and international document sets to and from your trading partners
  • End-to-end solution including network service that reaches partners through AS2, FTP, traditional VANs and virtually any communications protocol via Data Masons

Lean manufacturing through increased efficiency

The “out-of-the-box” functionality supplements key accounting functions such as ASN automation and production forecast release management. This functionality can be leveraged to reduce costs and maximize IT investments in transactions with all of your company’s trading partners. Featuring a simple installation without the need for customization, Data Masons EDI is a cost-effective solution with a low total cost of ownership.


Retail industry expertise

Data Masons’ expert staff includes retail EDI industry veterans who can provide the solutions and guidance to make your company’s EDI a competitive advantage. Additionally, Data Masons manages all of your company’s ongoing EDI compliance so you can focus on growing your business, not on EDI hassles.



If you're about to bring EDI into your processes, this brief will help you avoid the potential pitfalls often encountered. If you’ve attempted to implement EDI already, you’ll likely recognize at least some of the problems we describe, and gain from our explanations on how to avoid them. This paper will present a clear, simple path to successful implementation of a highly productive and profitable EDI initiative in your company.