Inbound ASN allows suppliers to notify Intel of information on in-transit materials and shipments. All Intel receiving docks use ASNs to minimize manual data entry errors and to fill in any missing information when a shipment arrives.
What are the values to Intel and suppliers?
- Direct connection to Intel, minimizes translation errors
- Reduction of status updates to Intel, tracking enabled via BOL/HAWB identification
- Quicker processing of shipment information, improves payment possibilities
- Advanced notification of shipment to prepare lane/receiving for shipments, reduces cycle time and potential to carry less inventory
- Enables systematic tracking vs. time consuming phone conversation or tracking spreadsheets via email
Intel provides 2 options for suppliers to send the ASN
- RosettaNet PIP 3B2
- Suppliers must have RosettaNet capabilities
- Suppliers must be able to offer IT resources in order to support development and post-production support
- Automated process through business-to-business integration (B2Bi)
- Minimizes manual entry and high data accuracy
- Recommended for suppliers with high inbound shipment volume
- Click here to view Intel RosettaNet package and project requirements
- Intel® Web ASN
- Most common option for suppliers that do not have RosettaNet capabilities
- Requires manual entry by suppliers in Intel® Web Suite
- Recommended for suppliers with low inbound shipment volume
To get further information, please contact your respective commodity manager(s). For RosettaNet implementation, your request will be put into a queue for prioritization.