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Babelway is an intuitive web-based platform that allows business partners to directly integrate any two IT systems.
  • All major connectors and document types
  • Full control of your setup and visibility into your connections
  • Enterprise-level security and compliance guarantees
  • Support from EDI specialists with 10+ years’ experience

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Walmart-approved third party
Babelway has been a Walmart-approved third party for 5 years!


“Babelway helps us innovate in B2B collaboration.”

“Babelway enables us to close more sales by extending our integration ability.”

How do we achieve this?

Sam’s Club EDI involves

  • Standard X12 documents (or Edifact documents for European suppliers)
  • AS2 transfer protocol.

Because Babelway fully supports these technologies, you will be able to implement any integration flow with Sam’s club (Walmart) using Babelway. Additionally, we have hands on experience assisting our customers in integrating the following document types:

X12 messages from Walmart:
  • 820 – Payment Order
  • 824 – Application Advice
  • 850 – Purchase Order (see sample Walmart order)
  • 860 – Purchase Order Change Request
  • 997 – Functional Acknowledgement
X12 messages to Walmart:
  • 810 – Invoice (see sample Walmart invoice)
  • 846 – Inventory Inquiry/Advice
  • 855 – Purchase Order Acknowledgement
  • 856 – Ship Notice
  • 997 – Functional Acknowledgement
Additional samples available to registered users
walmart supplier communication

Walmart Communications Protocol with Suppliers

As much as we’d like to, we will never be able to take all the work off your hands. All interactions with Walmart (be it for support or testing purposes) will have to go through your company. Naturally, you can count on our specialists to provide you with all you need to know to make your project a success.

As a result, the very first step in integrating with Walmart will be to contact their EDI team to receive supplier ID and connection information. This is available through their Retail Link application. If you don’t have access to the application yet, you should contact

third parties

Using Third Parties to Integrate with Walmart

Though Walmart is vendor neutral regarding integration platforms and sofware for EDI, the company lists the following requirements of conditions for working with third parties:

  • The third party must be Walmart-approved.
  • The third party must perform some form of transformation for you (converting protocols, converting message formats, etc.).  Basically, the integrator has to serve a business need of some kind.

Troubleshooting Integration Issues

A seamlessly automated process is a charm until you run into your first complication. Some integrators don’t provide the detailed information you need to understand what’s going wrong.

With Babelway, you will have not only support but complete access with the ability to monitor all of your exchanges, which include detailed logs at your disposal. You will quickly realize how critical this is when integrating with Walmart. All issues are to be troubleshooted by the supplier before being investigated by their support teams.