How 810 Works
EDI 810 Invoice
The 810 Invoice is used by the supplier to indicate to the buyer the details of the purchase (items, price, and quantities delivered). The 810 Invoice will also contain payment details and terms as indicated by the buyer.
What makes up the EDI 810?
Elements could include vendor number, item, quantity, price per item, and address information (street, city, state, etc.) identical to a paper invoice.
How EDI 810 is used?
The 810 Invoice is typically sent in response to an 850 Purchase Order as a request for payment once the goods have shipped or services are provided.
Benefits of EDI 810
- Reduction in volume of paper flow and gain operating efficiencies through reduced time requirements to complete transactions by both parties
- More time focused on value added work instead of manual entry by buyers and sellers
- Increase in order accuracy and customer satisfaction due to elimination of data entry errors associated with manual order entry
- Quicker reconciliation against orders/shipments to verify correct invoice amounts and result in a more timely payment
- Process more orders in less time (speed up the business cycle by 61%)