Target Purchase Order EDI Changes

October 3, 2017

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
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Tractor Supply Upgrades EDI Software – EDI Transaction Changes

October 3, 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.
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Nordstrom Moving EDI Traffic to OpenText

October 3, 2017

Nordstrom VAN Migration

All Nordstrom EDI traffic is to be moved to the OpenText/GXS TGMS network on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 9:30 AM PT.

This is for the Nordstrom full line (FLS), Rack, and Canadian divisions for the qualifiers and IDs listed here:

JCPenney EDI Compliance Update – Required Vendor Testing

September 12, 2017

JCPenney is requiring current vendors to perform testing with OpenText.

OpenText EIM system is being implemented to support their ongoing Omni Channel business initiative.

In July 2017 JCPenney announced a consolidating of their ordering processes for all their stores and eCommerce channels leading to changes in several systems and compliance requirements for their vendor partners; the implementation of OpenText and testing being the newest update.
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Saks Fifth Avenue New Chargebacks – EDI Compliance Updates

August 30, 2017

Saks Fifth Avenue has made several vendor compliance changes and added two new shipment accuracy chargebacks with large penalties for shipment errors.

New Chargebacks Effective October 1, 2017:

  • Vendor Audit Program, $1000 per month charge
  • DC Printed Tickets Sent to Vendor

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Amazon New Non-compliance Chargeback – No Show

August 24, 2017

Amazon Implements New Non-compliance Chargeback Called No Show

Amazon leads large top retailers in tightening their EDI vendor compliance requirements with several EDI updates and added chargebacks in summer 2017. Amazon just released a unified chargeback earlier in August called “PO On-time Accuracy”, and now another right on its tail. The newest compliance change requires strict adherence to confirmed delivery slots and threatens large penalties and fees for any appointment that is not cancelled or rescheduled in advance, thus explaining the title “No Show”.
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