Zappos Third Party EDI Provider
logicbroker provides complete EDI compliance for Zappos suppliers. Our easy to use cloud-based platform integrates suppliers directly to Zappos via EDI, eliminating the need to log into the Zappos vendor portal or manually enter data. Also, logicbroker can seamlessly connect to a supplier’s internal systems (ShipStation, Magento, Dynamics, Exact, NetSuite, QuickBooks).
logicbroker is an affordable cloud-based SaaS EDI platform that will handle the mapping, testing and integration process for Zappos integrations, allowing suppliers to focus on growing their business.
With logicbroker, suppliers of Zappos have:
- A cloud-based platform built for scalability
- Support of all EDI documents required by Zappos (850,855,856,810,846)
- Ability to generate GS1-128 (UCC-128) barcode labels
- Zappos to system integration eliminates data entry and manual processes
- In-house support, 24/7
EDI provides the opportunity to work with big box retailers to bring in additional revenue. With EDI, you have the opportunity to trade with large retailers and establish credibility due to the improved accuracy associated with EDI. Even if you do not trade with big-box retailers, EDI still opens the door to other trading partners.
Eliminate Manual Data Entry & Improve Accuracy
Because EDI transmits documents electronically, the chances of rekeying errors are eliminated. As a result, you will save money because your orders are accurate; reducing costly returns from lost or incorrect orders. Manual touches are removed from the order equation, so all billing, shipping, and item information is correct. Shipping errors, especially for large items or pallets can be very costly. By removing the chance of a costly error, you are an attractive company to do business with.
Work in Real-Time
EDI enables you to work in real-time, allowing inventory quantities to be up to date. For suppliers and retailers that are drop ship partners, working in real-time is crucial. EDI can send inventory updates quickly and seamlessly, which eliminates out-of-stock orders and backordering. When these risks are eliminated, customers will be satisfied with their retailer and in turn, the retailer will be satisfied with their supplier.