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?
Saks Fifth Avenue is updating their EDI 850 Purchase Order Mapping adding a MSG segment effective January 10, 2018.
These changes apply to vendors of Saks Fifth Avenue and Off 5th stores. For vendors that wish to test this new MSG segment prior to its release in January, Saks Fifth Avenue is making testing available starting October 17, 2017. They have provided the link below to submit a test PO request.
Amazon has made changes to their AS2 and SFTP IP Addresses.
This may cause interrupted EDI communication traffic if vendors do not update their firewall according to the new guidelines.
Amazon public-facing IP address ranges will be changing for both AS2 (as2.amazonsedi.com) and SFTP (sftp.amazonsedi.com) protocols in the NA.
If your firewall is currently set up to block any outbound or inbound traffic by IP then you need to ensure the following IP address ranges are whitelisted as outlined below. All these IP ranges are in CIDR notation.
Target has implemented purchase order EDI changes that include Purchase Order Number Format and New Item Identifiers.
Vendor Action is Needed by December 15, 2017
Tractor Supply Company has upgraded their EDI software in order to provide a better partner experience.
As part of this upgrade the current TSC EDI ID for the Store/DC transactions below will be changing on 10/25/17 at 0900 CDT.