Connect to Publix seamlessly and efficiently with Cleo
Cleo's cloud-based integration platform makes it easy to connect to Publix 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
Effortlessly integrate your back-office systems with Publix
Cleo offers pre-built connectors to leading ERP, TMS, and WMS systems, making it easy to connect your back-end systems to Publix.
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.
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Why Companies Trust Cleo with their Publix Connection
Leverage Cleo’s robust trading partner network, extensive support, and countless connection options with a leading integration platform
Achieve EDI compliance, no expertise required
Attain EDI compliance for all orders and supporting documents for every trading partner.
Accelerate onboarding and time-to-value
Onboard new business partners faster with pre-built integrations, connectors, and recyclable templates.
Eliminate EDI order chargebacks and fines
End-to-end visibility for your transactions and integrations gives you control over every issue.
Gain real-time visibility and fast error resolution
Resolve B2B transaction errors before they become business problems.
We Support All Common EDI Documents for Publix Including:
- Shipment Manifest (810): Publix uses Shipment Manifests to receive detailed information about the contents of shipments from its suppliers. This information includes item descriptions, quantities, and packing information. Shipment Manifests help Publix accurately track inventory levels and prepare for incoming shipments.
- Payment Order/Remittance Advice (820): Publix uses Payment Order/Remittance Advice documents to electronically transfer payments to its suppliers for goods and services received. These documents provide detailed information about the payment, including the invoice number, payment amount, payment date, and any deductions or discounts applied. Payment Order/Remittance Advice helps Publix maintain accurate financial records and ensure timely payments to its suppliers.
- Purchase Order (850): Publix uses Purchase Orders to formally communicate its purchasing requirements to its suppliers. Purchase Orders include information such as the product descriptions, quantities, prices, and delivery dates. Purchase Orders help Publix ensure that it receives the correct products at the agreed-upon prices and delivery times.
- Advance Ship Notices (856): Suppliers use Advance Ship Notices to notify Publix of upcoming shipments. Advance Ship Notices include information such as the shipment date, carrier, tracking number, and items included in the shipment. Advance Ship Notices help Publix plan for incoming shipments and prepare for receiving and processing the goods.
- Grocery Purchase Orders (875): Publix uses grocery purchase orders to communicate their orders to suppliers. Grocery purchase orders include information such as the item number, quantity, unit price, and delivery date.
- Grocery Invoices (880): Suppliers submit grocery invoices to Publix to request payment for goods that have been shipped. Grocery invoices must include information such as the purchase order number, item number, quantity, and unit price.
- Delivery/Return Base Record (894): Suppliers submit delivery/return base records to Publix to provide information about upcoming deliveries and returns. Delivery/return base records include information such as the shipment date, carrier, tracking number, and items included in the shipment.
- Vendor Performance Report (895): Publix uses Vendor Performance Reports to evaluate the performance of its suppliers in areas such as on-time delivery, product quality, and order accuracy. Vendor Performance Reports help Publix identify areas for improvement and make informed decisions about sourcing its products.
In addition to the above transactions, Publix may also request other EDI transactions from suppliers on a case-by-case basis.
Avoid Costly Chargebacks with Publix
Some of the most common chargebacks that companies experience when doing business with Publix include:
- EDI errors: Publix 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: Publix 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 Publix 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: Publix 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: Publix has strict pricing requirements, and any discrepancies between the agreed-upon price and the actual price charged can result in chargebacks.
Deliver on your commitments to Publix with confidence
Automate integrations into your back-office application so that you can achieve compliance, eliminate chargebacks, gain EDI + API visibility, and accelerate time-to-value.
“We use Cleo Integration Cloud to manage all of our EDI,
which is the lifeblood of our supply chain operations.”