Learn about Common EDI Transactions

EDI transactions are used by business trading partners to exchange documents in a standardized format, allowing for automation and streamlining of purchase orders, invoices, acknowledgements, payments and more. 

Learn about Common EDI Transactions

EDI 140 - Product Registration

What is an EDI 140 Product Registration?

The EDI 140 Product Registration specifies the manufacturer, seller, secondary warranter, and purchaser or lessee of the product. It can specify the date the product was sold, delivered, and placed in service as well as identify the product model and serial numbers. It can also specify the class of service expected from this individual sale, for example: industrial, commercial, or household.

This registration information can be used to divide sales commissions among sales associates or attribute license fees to the proper manufacturer. It can be used to submit many product registrations at one time to one receiving organization.

How is an EDI 140 Product Registration used?

An EDI 140 Product Registration is used for specifying the manufacturer, secondary warrantor, seller, and purchaser or lessee of a product. Here are the data elements of the EDI 140: 

  • Date the product was sold

  • Date of delivery

  • Date the product was made available for service

  • Product model

  • Serial numbers

  • Class of service expected from the individual sale

Modern EDI Services with Cleo

With Cleo, you can choose the EDI Services package that best fits your business.

You can create and deploy your own integrations using Cleo's intuitive, self-service design platform. You can utilize Cleo's EDI managed services team and take advantage of 900 person-years of experience to design and build your integrations. Or you can blend our EDI expertise and your business knowledge together in any manner that suits your use case. 

The choice is yours.

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