Home Depot edi integration

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Cleo's cloud-based integration platform makes it easy to connect to Home Depot and other trading partners, regardless of their size or technical capabilities. We provide everything you need to get started, including a web-based translator, network services, and support.

✓ Automate your order-to-cash and procure-to-pay processes
✓ Gain real-time visibility into your inventory and shipments
✓ Reduce errors and improve data accuracy
✓ Cut your total cost of ownership

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Automate order processing to strengthen your Home Depot relationship

Eliminate chargebacks with Home Depot and ensure compliance by automating the exchange of EDI transactions and API interactions.

  • 10 X Faster EDI Onboarding

  • 60 % EDI Cost Reduction

  • 40 % TCO Reduction

  • 95 % Renewal Rate

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Automate integrations into your back-office application so that you can achieve compliance, eliminate chargebacks, gain EDI + API visibility, and accelerate time-to-value.
Home Depot EDI Integration Solution

Why trust Cleo with your Home Depot connection?

With proven expertise in Home Depot integrations, Cleo ensures a smooth and efficient connection for your business.



  • Achieve EDI compliance, no expertise required

    Attain EDI compliance for all orders and supporting documents for every trading partner.

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  • Accelerate onboarding and time-to-value

    Onboard new business partners faster with pre-built integrations, connectors, and recyclable templates.

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  • Eliminate EDI order chargebacks and fines

    End-to-end visibility for your transactions and integrations gives you control over every issue.

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  • Gain real-time visibility and fast error resolution

    Resolve B2B transaction errors before they become business problems.

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Effortlessly integrate your back-office systems with Home Depot

Cleo offers pre-built connectors to leading ERP, TMS, and WMS systems, making it easy to connect your back-end systems to Home Depot.

Creating complete, end-to-end B2B integration flows to any back-office system will streamline your operations and help you to better manage your orders, inventory, and shipments.

Learn about popular connectors:

NetSuite | SAP | Microsoft Dynamics | Oracle EBS | TMW

EDI and Back Office integration

Home Depot’s EDI requirements:

Home Depot requires all suppliers to participate in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) for the following transactions:

  • Purchase Order (850)

  • Invoice (810)

  • Advance Ship Notice (856)

  • Product Activity Data (855)

  • Product Catalog Update (832)

  • Transportation Shipment Status (852)

  • Return Material Authorization (840)

Home Depot also recommends that suppliers submit the following EDI transactions:

  • Payment Order/Remittance Advice (820)

  • Credit/Debit Adjustment (812)

  • Purchase Order Change/Cancel (860)

  • Text Message (864)

  • Acknowledgment Document (997)

Home Depot uses the X12 EDI standard and requires all suppliers to submit their EDI transactions in AS2 format.

EDI Transaction Details:

  • Purchase Order (850): Home Depot uses purchase orders to communicate their orders to suppliers. Purchase orders include information such as the item number, quantity, unit price, and delivery date.

  • Invoice (810): Suppliers submit invoices to Home Depot to request payment for goods that have been shipped. Invoices must include information such as the purchase order number, item number, quantity, and unit price.

  • Advance Ship Notice (856): Suppliers submit advance ship notices to Home Depot to notify them of upcoming shipments. Advance ship notices include information such as the shipment date, carrier, tracking number, and items included in the shipment.

  • Product Activity Data (855): Suppliers submit product activity data to Home Depot to provide them with information about their inventory levels, sales, and returns. Product activity data is used by Home Depot to forecast demand and to make sure that they have enough inventory on hand to meet customer needs.

  • Product Catalog Update (832): Vendors submit product catalog updates to Home Depot to keep their product information up-to-date. Product catalog updates include information such as the item number, description, specifications, and images.

  • Transportation Shipment Status (852): Suppliers submit transportation shipment status messages to Home Depot to keep them informed of the status of their shipments. Shipment status messages include information such as the current status of the shipment (e.g., in transit, delivered, etc.) and any estimated delivery dates.

  • Return Material Authorization (840): Suppliers submit return material authorizations to Home Depot to request permission to return goods. Return material authorizations must include information such as the purchase order number, item number, quantity, and reason for return.

In addition to the above transactions, Home Depot may also request other EDI transactions from suppliers on a case-by-case basis.

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Avoid costly chargebacks with Home Depot


Some of the most common chargebacks that companies experience when doing business with Home Depot include:

EDI errors: Home Depot has strict EDI requirements, and any errors in EDI transactions can lead to chargebacks. Common EDI errors include: Invalid data formats | Missing or incomplete data | Incorrect data | Duplicate transactions

Late shipments: Home Depot requires suppliers to meet its shipping deadlines, and late shipments can also result in chargebacks. Late shipments can be caused by a variety of factors, such as: Production delays | Shipping delays | Incorrect shipping information

Incorrect or incomplete data: All data submitted to Home Depot must be accurate and complete, or the supplier may face chargebacks. Common examples of incorrect or incomplete data include: Incorrect product codes | Incorrect pricing information | Incorrect shipping information | Missing product descriptions

Product quality issues: Home Depot expects its suppliers to provide high-quality products, and any product quality issues can lead to chargebacks. Common product quality issues include: Defective products | Damaged products | Expired products

Pricing discrepancies: Home Depot has strict pricing requirements, and any discrepancies between the agreed-upon price and the actual price charged can result in chargebacks.

How Cleo Integration Cloud can help eliminate chargebacks with Home Depot

Cleo Integration Cloud can help companies eliminate chargebacks with Home Depot by automating the exchange of EDI transactions and API interactions, validating all transactions and interactions before they are submitted, and providing real-time visibility into the status of transactions and interactions.

  • Automation: Cleo Integration Cloud can automate the exchange of EDI transactions and API interactions with Home Depot, eliminating the risk of human error.
  • Validation: Cleo Integration Cloud can validate all transactions and interactions before they are submitted to Home Depot, ensuring that they meet Home Depot's strict requirements.
  • Visibility: Cleo Integration Cloud provides businesses with real-time visibility into the status of their transactions and interactions, so that they can identify and resolve any issues quickly and efficiently.

By using Cleo Integration Cloud, companies can reduce the risk of chargebacks and improve their bottom line.

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How API integration can boost your business with Home Depot

API integration can play a significant role in doing business with Home Depot by providing a more efficient and flexible way to exchange data. Home Depot offers a variety of APIs that businesses can use to automate tasks such as: Placing orders, Receiving purchase orders, Submitting shipping notifications, Sending invoices, Tracking shipments, Managing inventory, Updating product information, Processing returns and exchanges, Resolving customer issues

By integrating with Home Depot's APIs, businesses can reduce their reliance on EDI, improve the efficiency and accuracy of their business processes, and gain a competitive edge.

Here are some specific examples of how API integration can benefit businesses that do business with Home Depot:

  • A logistics provider can integrate with Home Depot's APIs to automate the process of placing and receiving purchase orders, submitting shipping notifications, and tracking shipments. This can help to reduce manual errors and improve the efficiency of the logistics process.

  • A manufacturer can integrate with Home Depot's APIs to automate the process of updating product information, such as pricing, availability, and specifications. This can help to ensure that Home Depot's website and other systems have accurate product information at all times.

  • A retailer can integrate with Home Depot's APIs to automate the process of fulfilling orders placed on Home Depot's website. This can help to improve the customer experience and reduce the amount of time that it takes to ship orders.

  • A third-party seller can integrate with Home Depot's APIs to manage their inventory, track sales, and process customer orders. This can help to streamline the selling process and improve profitability.

Achieve API integration with Cleo Integration Cloud

Cleo Integration Cloud is a comprehensive API integration platform that can help businesses of all sizes to integrate with Home Depot's APIs. Cleo Integration Cloud offers a variety of features and benefits, including:

  • Pre-built connectors for Home Depot's APIs: Cleo Integration Cloud offers pre-built connectors for Home Depot's APIs, which makes it easy and quick to get started with API integration.
  • A user-friendly interface: Cleo Integration Cloud has a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to configure and manage API integrations.
  • Robust security and compliance features: Cleo Integration Cloud offers robust security and compliance features to help businesses protect their data and meet industry regulations.

If you are a business that does business with Home Depot, Cleo Integration Cloud can help you to integrate with Home Depot's APIs and improve your efficiency, accuracy, customer service, and profitability.

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