An EDI Solution for integrating Jet.com
If you are reading this article, then you are likely interested in an EDI integration with Jet.com to simplify the flow of electronic documents coming from and going into Jet.com.
To get started, you must first complete the approval process with Jet.com. To apply, please visit https://partner.jet.com/apply/retail
Once you are approved to sell on Jet.com:
- Let Jet.com know you are Integrating to their API via Logicbroker
- Identify the assigned resource within Jet.com that will work with Logicbroker
- Identify the product SKU’s you will be selling on Jet.com
Step 1: Selecting the Product IDs and Measurement Codes
During the approval process, Logicbroker will need to be given information on what type of item identifiers and units of measures will be used when orders are sent from Jet.com. A list of product identification codes are listed below:
- Vendor SKU
Units of Measure
- EA (Each)
- CA (Case)
- UN (Unit)
- PE (Pounds Equivalent)
Step 2: Setting up API KEYS
Jet.com will provide you with API keys and credentials for integration between Jet.com API and Logicbroker. Logicbroker will take it from here!
Step 3: Setting up Item Information
Here you will need to provide Jet.com with some test items that you will be using to complete the test. It is important that when going through the test, these identifiers will match what is setup in your test system. You will need to provide product identifiers for each of the following:
- In stock Item
- Discontinued Item
- Invalid Item
- Backorder Item
Included with these items would be the Cost, List Price, and Case Qty. Each of these items will be used to provide different test case scenarios, to be handled in the response documents (PO Acknowledgement, Advance Ship Notice, and Invoice)
Step 4: Setting up the Connection
Logicbroker will connect to Jet.com on your behalf using API Keys and credentials. Logicbroker will test the connection during the set up process. In production Logicbroker maintains the integrity of the connection and has the ability to query the Jet.com API at any time.
Step 5: Setting up the Documents
Logicbroker will test each and every transaction set (purchase orders, invoices, advanced shipping notices, and inventory) with Jet.com in our stage environment prior to going live.
Our team of implementation engineers will swiftly achieve Jet.com compliance and ensure a smooth transition from testing to production. Logicbroker’s five-star support staff will monitor your account with Jet.com 24 hours a day 365 days a year. We pride ourselves in our ability to proactively identify, solve, report and document technical matters.
Step 6: Testing with Logicbroker
In a staging environment Logicbroker will generate test documents as required by Jet.com.
All document logic and compliance ingredients for Jet.com’s API is baked into the Logicbroker schema. Detailed documentation will be provided for all data that will need to be provided for the various formats (JSON, XML, CSV, etc.). This detailed data will include all fields required for all types of scenarios as required by Jet.com.
Being that not every business operates the same and there will be different use cases, the Logicbroker team will outline a few scenarios according to your business process to ensure the integration is a success. For all test orders, Logicbroker will require that the return tests are generated from the supplier side as well. Through the Logicbroker Web Portal and REST API, complete end to end testing with all your partners, including Jet.com can be achieved with ease and speed!
Additionally during the testing process, labels and packing slips, specific to your company, will be finely tuned and implemented.