Indigo EDI Invoice

Indigo EDI Invoices Requirements

All invoices are received via the 810 EDI document. Indigo will not process any invoices sent via mail by EDI vendors. All paper (inclusive fax) invoices will be discarded; therefore no payment will be issued. Non-EDI vendors are the only exception; these vendors may send paper invoices, or preferably, a PDF version of the invoice by e-mail to the respective A/P contact at Indigo.

Any discrepancy between the vendor invoice and our receiving data may result in a payment different than the value shown on the invoice. Where an initial Purchase Order is cancelled by Indigo and a new Purchase Order No. is provided, the invoice must quote the new Purchase Order No.

EDI Invoice Payments

Indigo has two payment cycles per month: mid-month and month-end. The below examples illustrate when an invoice gets paid based on the terms of payment:

  • Any invoice which is due for payment from the first of the month to the 15th will be paid on the 15th of the month;
  • Any invoice which is due from the 16th of the month will be paid on the month end cheque run. Please note that invoices are aged from the date of the invoice, and are due for payment based on the terms of payment.

Billing Notes

Where your organization has entered into an agreement with Indigo for vendor support programs, including, but not limited to, co-op, markdown support and vendor rebates, or has incurred cost recovery charges as a result of non-compliant shipments, all amounts owing will be billed through the Indigo Debit Note Process. Unless otherwise stipulated by Indigo, please do not send a credit memo or cheque. Indigo will provide vendor with all appropriate sales data related to the billed vendor support program. A cheque should only be sent by vendor in the event that the vendor account is in a debit balance due to co-op/markdown support/vendor rebates).

To learn more about EDI and become a certified EDI Professional please visit our course schedule page.

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