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Created by Margaret S (Federal Express) on 2011-09-07 12:55:43 Back to Topics

Location

Miscellaneous Payables are handled at a different location than Cargo Payables.  How can we differentiate that invoices should be directed at different locations depending on the type of category?  The ACH and IATA Membership Listings specified the mailing address for General Correspondence, Cargo Interline Billings, and Non Transportation Billings separately.  How will this differentiation continue to be identified via SIS?  This issue is more for those carriers that will not have a signed agreement at time of migration in October and cannot access ISWeb to obtain Payable invoices.
Thank You.
Margaret
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-09-08 17:05:03

Dear Margaret,

 

You can set up Location IDs to differentiate your Miscellaneous/Cargo billing location. You can then communicate to your billing partners where these invoices should be routed. However, in order to set this up you will need to have access to IS-Web (meaning having signed the IS Participation Agreement). Otherwise all invoices will be defaulted to the Main location.

 

Best regards

 

From: STIMPSON Margaret [mailto:mstimpson@fedex.com]
Posted At: Wednesday, September 07, 2011 12:56 PM
Posted To: SIS Forums - Signing Up & Migration Steps
Conversation: Location
Subject: Location

 

Miscellaneous Payables are handled at a different location than Cargo Payables.  How can we differentiate that invoices should be directed at different locations depending on the type of category?  The ACH and IATA Membership Listings specified the mailing address for General Correspondence, Cargo Interline Billings, and Non Transportation Billings separately.  How will this differentiation continue to be identified via SIS?  This issue is more for those carriers that will not have a signed agreement at time of migration in October and cannot access ISWeb to obtain Payable invoices.

Thank You.

Margaret

 
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