Myer EDI Supplier

Myer EDI Supplier Program Requirements

Myer EDI Supplier program is committed to trading via EDI and working with Suppliers to ensure that they are given the necessary support and time to implement Electronic Trading throughout the Supply Chain. Suppliers must be Myer EDI accredited prior to doing business with Myer.

The EDI components include how purchase orders are sent and received by the supplier. It includes how the products are picked, packed and physically moved from Myer suppliers, through the Myer Supply Chain to Myer stores and made ready for sale to customers. It also covers the electronic payment cycle to suppliers for goods received via EFT – Electronic Funds Transfer. The process is driven by fully electronic messages moving the information (EDI – electronic data interchange transactions) associated with these products. This includes purchase orders, advanced ship notices (ASN’s), Logistics (SSCC) carton/fashion bag labels and retail GTIN (EAN) price tickets.

The Myer EDI process embodies four key principles: > customer service > cost effectiveness > speed > data accuracy

EDI is about eliminating manual processes and paperwork by replacing them with electronic transactions. These transactions are predominantly ordering and receipt of the merchandise. A high level of co-operation with Myer trading partners is essential to ensure processes and technology is running efficiently. Myer is committed to developing strong relationships with its suppliers post implementation to monitor performance and develop process improvement opportunities. Myer will report on Supplier ASN performance, and provide automated notification of any ASN errors to suppliers and or their selected third party providers to monitor performance. In this section you will find EDI non-technical documents to benefit working collaboratively with Myer.

EDI team has a crucial role in providing consultation and advice to our suppliers on issues relating to our quick response strategy, and ensuring the standards involved in the EDI process are achieved. To learn more about EDI staff training and become a certified  EDI Professional please visit our course schedule page.

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