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Creating Order Method Specific Promo Codes

You can create ‘order method’ specific promotional codes. In other words, you can create a promo code that ONLY users ordering via Persona or electronically (EDI, CODIS Access, Web, etc.) can take advantage. Conversely, you can create a promo code … Continue reading

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Overriding a Price Matrix at Order Entry

In Order Entry and at the “Number to Change” prompt, type “/P” and press <enter>. At the “Old price code ……, change to…” prompt, enter the price matrix you want to use to price each of the items on this … Continue reading

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Address Validation

The CODIS address validation mechanism works through an interface with StrikeIron, Inc. Here’s an overview of what the StrikeIron subscription provides.. Features Validates, corrects, and standardizes addresses, adds ZIP+4, carrier routes, latitude and longitude, and more Can be invoked for … Continue reading

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Persona Users View of Supersedure Information

When a “Persona” user inquires on the availability of an item in Product Stock Inquiry and that item has been superseded then the user may or may not be able to see all supersedure information.  For example – the user … Continue reading

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Flagging a Part – Superseded, Synonymed, Substituted, NLA, etc.

The screen appearance and function of flagging an item as superseded, synonymed, substituted, NLA, etc. has changed. The new process was necessary to provide a standard that will also be incorporated into the new receiving module that is forthcoming. Here’s … Continue reading

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Separate Delinquent Customer Statements

You can separate statements of delinquent customers at month end rather than have the statements go via the normal delivery method (regular print file, email, fax).  Placing the statements in a separate print file with the file name containing “ALL_DELINQ” … Continue reading

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Historical Part Notes – What are they?

Historical part notes are annotations relative to a part number that are kept indefinitely and displayed in reverse chronological order (newest to oldest).  Uses for historical part notes may include any information provided by a vendor such as production schedules, … Continue reading

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Inventory In-progess Flag

Most all CODIS clients are taking advantage of the IC-COM (Inter CODIS Communications) protocol that allows CODIS clients to share inventory.  In the past, inventory sharing was a problem when one or more locations were not shipping product in a … Continue reading

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What does ‘SURGE’ mean in an IP Report?

When viewing an IP (Inventory Purchase) Report the word ‘SURGE’ sometimes appears along with an item number. click on image for larger view ‘SURGE’ identifies an item when more than 50% of the item’s movement for the last 12 months … Continue reading

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CODIS Access – What is it?

CODIS-Access is an electronic business-to-business e-commerce protocol developed by Consolidated Data that enables electronic transactions to be sent from computer to computer within a supply chain. The CODIS-Access technology creates standards for electronic documents such as purchase orders, “real time” … Continue reading

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