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What is a 810 - Invoice document?
The 810 EDI document type is an electronic version of a paper invoice or bill. Standard EDI formats include X12, ANSI, EDIFACT and its subsets. The 810 EDI document type is used by the supplier (also referred to as the trading partner) to indicate to the buyer the details of the purchase. Specific details such as items, price and quantities delivered will be represented in the document. The 810 EDI document will also contain payment details and terms as indicated by the buyer.
What makes up the 810 - Invoice document?
An EDI 810 - Invoice document is organized into segment and data elements. A segment can contain at least one data element. Each data element contains a data field. Data elements could include vendor number, item, quantity, price per item; address information (street, city, state etc) identical to a paper invoice. There are an infinite number of possibilities available for a company to include data on an 810 Invoice. There are an infinite number of possibilities available for a company to include data on an 810 - Invoice.
How is a 810 - Invoice used?
After the 810 invoice is received by the supplier, a 997 Functional Acknowledgment is sent back from the buyer indicating that the invoice was successfully received.
How is a 810 - Invoice processed?
An EDI solution is required to process the EDI documents received into an ERP or accounting system or into a readable format for manual entry. Each trading partner will have an EDI Implementation guide outlining the specific segments, data elements, values accepted, and the applicable business rules to be followed.
eBridge Connections has pre-built maps for all EDI transaction documents including 850 purchase orders, 810 invoices, and 856 advance shipping notices.