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  • Cluster 5, Marketing Information Management, enables communication of marketing information, including campaign plans, lead information and design registration.
    • PIPs for Segment 5D, Ship from Stock and Debit (EC), supports creation and use of marketing programs and distribution of pricing incentives to product distributors.
PIP Title Description
5D1 Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Lets product distributors submit ship from stock and debit authorization requests to product suppliers, and lets product suppliers send debit authorization numbers to product distributors via ship and debit authorization responses.
5D2 Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Enables product suppliers to notify product distributors of blanket ship from stock and debit authorizations.
5D3 Distribute Open Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Status Allows product suppliers to distribute the status of ship from stock and debit authorizations to product distributors.
5D4 Query Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Status Lets product distributors request status on ship from stock and debit authorization, and lets product suppliers provide authorization status via ship from stock and debit authorization responses.
5D5 Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Status Provides the ability to submit claims for debits against authorization programs and receive claim responses.
5D6 Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Status Allows to submit the final disposition of a claim that had been pended in PIP5D5, Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim.
5D7 Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Authorization Request Allows product distributors submit ship from stock and debit authorization requests to product suppliers.
5D8 Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Authorization Confirmation Allows product suppliers send debit authorization numbers to product distributors via ship and debit authorization responses.
5D9 Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Claim Request Provides the ability to submit claims for debits against authorization programs.
5D10 Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Claim Confirmation Provides the ability to respond to claims for debits against authorization programs.

5D1 Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization
  Lets product distributors submit ship from stock and debit authorization requests to product suppliers, and lets product suppliers send debit authorization numbers to product distributors via ship and debit authorization responses.
Business Process
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  1. The "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization" Partner Interface Process (PIP) supports the process used by (1) a distributor to inform a supplier that a customer has been offered a deal involving stock for which the supplier has quoted a new buy price, and (2) for the supplier to authorize the distributor to ship the stock and claim reimbursement. Typically, the process enables a distributor to meet a competitor's price and yet make a profitable sale. The supplier may either authorize the request by providing a debit authorization number or reject the request by providing a rejection reason. A rejection reason must be provided if the authorization request is not accepted.
  2. Prior to requesting a ship from stock and debit authorization, the distributor may use PIP3A1, "Request Quote," to obtain a quote for new buy prices. The ship from stock and debit authorization request may optionally include the quote number, distributor’s branch information and details on the end customer (ship to, sold to and/or used by). If a quote line item does not match the associated ship from stock and debit request line item (i.e. different quantity), the quote must be updated to accurately reflect the authorization request.

If the ship from stock and debit authorization request is authorized, the distributor may use PIP5D5, "Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim" to submit a claim to the supplier for reimbursement of the difference in cost between the original price and the new price.

5D2 Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization
  Enables product suppliers to notify product distributors of blanket ship from stock and debit authorizations.
Business Process
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The "Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization" Partner Interface Process (PIP) supports the process used by a supplier to send a blanket ship from stock and debit authorization to a distributor. The blanket authorization notifies a distributor of a new quoted price for one or more product items, thus enabling a supplier to initiate discounts via the ship from stock and debit process.

A blanket ship from stock and debit authorization notification includes the authorization number(s), part and pricing information, critical dates, and other logistical details for the ship from stock and debit process.Prior to sending a blanket ship from stock and debit authorization notification, the supplier may have created a quote that details the product and pricing agreement.

5D3
Distribute Open Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Status
  Allows product suppliers to distribute the status of ship from stock and debit authorizations to product distributors.
Business Process
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The "Distribute Open Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Status" Partner Interface Process (PIP) enables a Product Supplier to send a Product Distributor a detailed report (list) of existing Open Ship from Stock and Debit Authorizations. It includes such details as the remaining authorized quantity and critical dates for specific customers. It can include Ship from Stock and Debit Authorizations initiated by the distributor, the supplier, or both. The Product Supplier distributes the status information based on a frequency determined between partners (i.e. daily, weekly, or monthly). The Product Supplier will only provide information for internally approved and “Open” (neither expired or cancelled) authorizations in the notification.

To use this PIP, a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization must be in place. Either PIP5D1, "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization", PIP5D2, "Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization", or other agreed method may be used to initiate a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization.

This program is a pricing agreement between a Product Supplier and a Product Distributor that enables the Product Distributor to sell products to a customer at an acceptable profit margin. These pricing arrangements, currently used in the Electronic Components (EC) and Information Technology (IT) supply chains, allow a Product Distributor to claim credits on product sold to customers.

5D4 Query Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Status
  Lets product distributors request status on ship from stock and debit authorization, and lets product suppliers provide authorization status via ship from stock and debit authorization responses.
Business Process
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The “Query Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization Status” Partner Interface Process (PIP) enables a distributor to query the status of an existing Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization, including the remaining authorized quantity, and other information that is listed in this PIP.

To use this PIP, a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization must be in place. Either PIP5D1, "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization", PIP5D2, "Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization" or other agreed method may be used to initiate a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization.

This program is a pricing agreement between a Product Supplier and a Product Distributor that enables the Product Distributor to sell products to a customer at an acceptable profit margin. These pricing arrangements, currently used in the Electronic Components (EC) and Information technology supply chains, allow a Product Distributor to claim credits on product sold to customers.

This query contains both the specification of a request for information as well as a specification of how that information must be returned to the requester. Information may be queried via any combination of Query Constraint (OCL compliant expressions) and/or “fill-in-the-blanks” form. These expressions may be dynamically constructed via the Query requestor’s processing system.

5D5 Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Status
  Provides the ability to submit claims for debits against authorization programs and receive claim responses.
Business Process
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The "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Claim" Partner Interface Process (PIP) allows a Product Distributor to submit a claim for reimbursement to a Product Supplier, and receive a claim response, in accordance with a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization program.

This program is a pricing agreement between a Product Supplier and a Product Distributor that enables the Product Distributor to sell products to a customer at an acceptable profit margin. These pricing arrangements, used in the EC and IT supply chain, allow a Product Distributor to claim credits on products sold to customers.

To use this PIP, a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization must be in place. Either PIP5D1, "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization," PIP5D2, "Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization," or some other acceptable method may be used to initiate a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization.

The Product Supplier must respond to the initial 5D5 Claim Request within 48 hours. Items that are placed in “Pending” status require additional attention and processing by the Product Supplier prior to providing a final resolution. PIP5D6, "Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Response," is used to provide this final resolution. It is recommended that trading partners execute PIP5D6 within 48 hours of when the claim item was placed in a “Pending” status in the Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Response.

PIP 5D5 may be used to resubmit claim requests for line items that may have previously been rejected and subsequently revised. If the Product Distributor submitted a claim in error, the Product Supplier typically rejects those claims upon editing of the claim request.

5D6
Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Status
  Allows to submit the final disposition of a claim that had been pended in PIP5D5, Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim.
Business Process
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The "Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Acknowledgment" Partner Interface Process (PIP) allows a Product Supplier to notify a Product Distributor of the final disposition pertaining to a “Pending” Ship from Stock and Debit Claim. A “Pending” claim is defined in PIP5D5, "Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim." Only two final dispositions are allowed via PIP 5D6: “Accept” or “Reject”.

This PIP is designed to assure that the business promise to process the claim is kept and performed within a specified amount of time. PIP5D5, "Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Acknowledgment," is used to submit a claim in accordance with a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization program.

This program is a pricing agreement between a Product Supplier and a Product Distributor that enables the Product Distributor to sell products to a customer at an acceptable profit margin. These pricing arrangements, used in the EC and IT supply chain, allow a Product Distributor to claim credits on product sold to customers.

PIP5D5, "Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim," must be executed prior to PIP5D6 “Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Acknowledgment”. This PIP is used to provide final claim status when the claim response from PIP5D5 indicates a “Pending” status.

5D7
Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Authorization Request
  Allows product distributors submit ship from stock and debit authorization requests to product suppliers.
Business Process
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  1. The "Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Authorization Request" Partner Interface Process (PIP) supports the process used by a distributor to inform a supplier that a customer has been offered a deal involving stock for which the supplier has quoted a new buy price.
  2. Prior to requesting a ship from stock and debit authorization, the distributor may use PIP3A1, "Request Quote," to obtain a quote for new buy prices. The ship from stock and debit authorization request may optionally include the quote number, distributor’s branch information and details on the end customer (ship to, sold to and/or used by). If a quote line item does not match the associated ship from stock and debit request line item (i.e. different quantity), the quote must be updated to accurately reflect the authorization request.

If the ship from stock and debit authorization request is authorized, the distributor may use PIP5D5, "Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim" to submit a claim to the supplier for reimbursement of the difference in cost between the original price and the new price.

5D8
Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Authorization Confirmation
  Allows product suppliers send debit authorization numbers to product distributors via ship and debit authorization responses.
Business Process
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  1. The "Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Authorization Confirmation" Partner Interface Process (PIP) supports the process used by a supplier to authorize the distributor to ship the stock and claim reimbursement. Typically, the process enables a distributor to meet a competitor's price and yet make a profitable sale. The supplier may either authorize the request by providing a debit authorization number or reject the request by providing a rejection reason. A rejection reason must be provided if the authorization request is not accepted.
  2. Prior to requesting a ship from stock and debit authorization, the distributor may use PIP3A1, "Request Quote," to obtain a quote for new buy prices. The ship from stock and debit authorization request may optionally include the quote number, distributor’s branch information and details on the end customer (ship to, sold to and/or used by). If a quote line item does not match the associated ship from stock and debit request line item (i.e. different quantity), the quote must be updated to accurately reflect the authorization request.

If the ship from stock and debit authorization request is authorized, the distributor may use PIP5D5, "Create Ship from Stock and Debit Claim" to submit a claim to the supplier for reimbursement of the difference in cost between the original price and the new price.

5D9
Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Claim Request
  Provides the ability to submit claims for debits against authorization programs.
Business Process
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The "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Claim" Partner Interface Process (PIP) allows a Product Distributor to submit a claim for reimbursement to a Product Supplier, and receive a claim response, in accordance with a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization program.

This program is a pricing agreement between a Product Supplier and a Product Distributor that enables the Product Distributor to sell products to a customer at an acceptable profit margin. These pricing arrangements, used in the EC and IT supply chain, allow a Product Distributor to claim credits on products sold to customers.

To use this PIP, a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization must be in place. Either PIP5D1, "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization," PIP5D2, "Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization," or some other acceptable method may be used to initiate a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization.

The Product Supplier must respond to the initial 5D5 Claim Request within 48 hours. Items that are placed in “Pending” status require additional attention and processing by the Product Supplier prior to providing a final resolution. PIP5D6, "Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Response," is used to provide this final resolution. It is recommended that trading partners execute PIP5D6 within 48 hours of when the claim item was placed in a “Pending” status in the Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Response.

PIP 5D5 may be used to resubmit claim requests for line items that may have previously been rejected and subsequently revised. If the Product Distributor submitted a claim in error, the Product Supplier typically rejects those claims upon editing of the claim request.

5D10
Notify of Ship From Stock And Debit Claim Confirmation
  Provides the ability to respond to claims for debits against authorization programs.
Business Process
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The "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Claim" Partner Interface Process (PIP) allows a Product Distributor to submit a claim for reimbursement to a Product Supplier, and receive a claim response, in accordance with a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization program.

This program is a pricing agreement between a Product Supplier and a Product Distributor that enables the Product Distributor to sell products to a customer at an acceptable profit margin. These pricing arrangements, used in the EC and IT supply chain, allow a Product Distributor to claim credits on products sold to customers.

To use this PIP, a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization must be in place. Either PIP5D1, "Request Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization," PIP5D2, "Notify of Blanket Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization," or some other acceptable method may be used to initiate a Ship from Stock and Debit Authorization.

The Product Supplier must respond to the initial 5D5 Claim Request within 48 hours. Items that are placed in “Pending” status require additional attention and processing by the Product Supplier prior to providing a final resolution. PIP5D6, "Notify of Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Response," is used to provide this final resolution. It is recommended that trading partners execute PIP5D6 within 48 hours of when the claim item was placed in a “Pending” status in the Ship from Stock and Debit Claim Response.

PIP 5D5 may be used to resubmit claim requests for line items that may have previously been rejected and subsequently revised. If the Product Distributor submitted a claim in error, the Product Supplier typically rejects those claims upon editing of the claim request.