A Hassle-Free Approach to Meeting All EDI Requirements From NEXCOM
The Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) owns and operates a retail chain called Navy Exchange that sells products and services to active and retired military members. NEXCOM has over 300 retail locations, and they generate over $3 billion in sales annually.
NEXCOM’s discount superstore sells a wide selection of products, such as clothing, jewelry, appliances, electronics, shoes, beauty supplies, and toys. To become an approved vendor for NEXCOM, you first need to be compliant with their EDI requirements.
Requirements for EDI Compliance with NEXCOM:
- 810 Invoice
- 820 Payment Remittance Advice
- 830 Planning Schedule
- 850 Purchase Order
- 855 Purchase Order Acknowledgment
- 852 Product Activity Data
- 856 Advanced Ship Notice
- 997 Functional Acknowledgement
- GS1-128 shipping labels
As your trusted EDI provider, BOLD VAN will handle the setup and configuration for all of these requirements on your behalf.
Additional Information for NEXCOM EDI Compliance:
NEXCOM uses a value-added network (VAN) for EDI transactions with their B2B partners. As a BOLD VAN customer, you can connect to their VAN using our cloud-based EDI software.
NEXCOM uses a cross-docking system at their distribution centers to maximize efficiency, which means you must follow the shipping label guidelines outlined in your trading partner agreement with NEXCOM.
Included in All BOLD VAN Solutions, We Will:
- Provide you with necessary EDI Software
- Install EDI Software on your site
- Configure your VAN for EDI exchange with NEXCOM
- Work with you to test the VAN and all EDI protocols with NEXCOM
- Support and maintain EDI software on your site
Get EDI compliant with NEXCOM at no extra cost by signing up for BOLD VAN!