EDI 855 POA And 860 POC (Indigo Purchase order Acknowledgement And Purchase Order Change)

EDI 855 POA And 860 POC are the transactions required by Indigo to use in business communication with its vendors.

855 Purchase order Acknowledgement is an electronic document (EDI 855) that is used to confirm the terms and details of the Purchase Order. Indigo requires the POA to be loaded into its Warehouse Management System 72 hoursafter you receive the Purchase Order. If your POA is rejected due to an error, the POA must be retransmitted once the errorhas been corrected. If the POA is not in Indigo system, Indigo will base delivery performance KPIs on its original Purchase Order terms. A cost recovery charge may be applied for late and/orincomplete orders.

Vendor must review all terms of the Purchase Order and communicate anydiscrepancies to the respective Indigo Category Manager within three (3) business days(i.e. incorrect UPC, cost, pack size, quantity, delivery or CHO date, INCO terms, etc…). If an adjustment is required, vendor must await the receipt of a Purchase Order ChangeNotice (EDI 860), or an e-mail correspondence acknowledging the change(s), from the Indigo Category Manager, before filling/shipping the order. If vendor does not communicate any discrepancies/required changes within the allotted 3 business days, the terms and order information on the original Purchase Order govern. Vendor must immediately notify the respective Indigo Buyer of any changes to PurchaseOrder terms that may arise at a later date, including any foreseen late shipments.

EDI 860 Purchase Order Change

At this time, Indigo’s Purchase Order Change document is only able to support the following changes:

  • Change in unit cost
  • Change in unit quantity
  • Cancellation of an entire line item
  • Improvements are being made to enhance the Purchase Order Change functionality to support our General Merchandise business. When completed, they will be deployed to you through third-party EDI provider.
  • At this time, if changes are required for an existing Purchase Order other than those listed above, these changes need to be agreed to via e-mail correspondence with your Category Manager. In some instances, the Category Manager may decide to cancel the Purchase Order and reissue a new version.

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