Target EDI Update with VAN Migration to Loren Data Requiring Vendor Action!
Target’s AS2 Support team (File Team) sent out an email last week regarding their upcoming direct AS2 connection migration to VAN. Trading partners/vendors for Target will be receiving an email with their VAN provider Loren Data’s information in the coming days if not already received.
Important Time Sensitive EDI 856 Advanced Ship Notice (ASN) Update Affecting CVS Health Suppliers!
CVS Health has begun a strategic initiative to enhance and certify all ASNs received from its vendors by requiring mandatory fields and standardizing its EDI format. Read more about this update straight from CVS Health below. Read More
Attention Lowe’s Consignment Vendors! Changes to Vendor EDI 846 Transaction Set Going Live July 20, 2018.
Lowe’s is adding two new fields to the EDI 846 Inventory Inquiry/Advice for Weekly Consignment Inventory Reporting version 6010 on July 20, 2018. Read more about this EDI update straight from Lowe’s below.
Target.com Direct Vendor Ship (DVS) is requiring 855 automation from all vendors by June 1, 2018. Supplier action needed.
Target.com Direct Vendor Ship (DVS) is requesting an 855 Purchase Order Acknowledgment be sent automatically within 30 minutes of receipt of the 850 Purchase Order. The 855 Purchase Order Acknowledgment communicates acceptance of all items on a particular 850 Purchase Order. All vendors must be compliant by June 1, 2018 or face significant consequences.
Target is discontinuing the support of Grocery EDI Standards 875, 876, and 880 effective December 15, 2017.
Vendor action is needed to stay compliant with Target and avoid issues with payment processing.
What is Changing?
When it comes to EDI – as with many things – sometimes less is more
The electronic exchange of business documents between trading partners has become a crucial part of running a modern business, but there are a variety of strategies for implementing EDI successfully. Many companies find that an in-house solution affords them the most freedom and flexibility, while also allowing them to maintain complete control of their data. Still, others discover that managing their own EDI data isn’t the most pragmatic solution. For these businesses, outsourcing data management to a third-party provider can be a sensible choice.