Jaguar Land Rover MX Audit – What you need to know

As part of the recently implemented Supplier MX data exchange usage governance initiative, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) are conducting security and best practice audit activities of MX utilisation within the extended enterprise.

To safeguard data-exchange security and ensure that suppliers are using the correct JLR collaboration toolsets, all existing supplier MX user accounts will be removed by 29th August 2020.

Supplier users with a valid requirement to exchange data via MX are invited to re-request access prior to the termination date. Further details are provided below.

JLR Supplier MX user actions?

In the lead up to the removal date on 29th August, any existing supplier MX user that requires an account must re-request access. This can be done either through their JLR sponsor via the JLR internal MX request form or, if they have an account, directly by logging enerjyhub and completing the ‘Request MX Access’ which can be found on the homepage.

All supplier MX users that fail to respond by this date will be assumed to no longer require MX access and their account will be terminated.

Please note that from 29th August, access to MX will expire after ninety days. Users will then need to re-request access if continuation of usage is required.

If you have any questions about this audit?

Please raise a case via enerjyhub. A short video to help with raising a case can be found here.

If you do not have an enerjyhub login, please contact your SIM in the first instance, alternatively raise an enerjyhub case here.

If your site does not have access to the enerjyhub community, please raise a request for further information via the enerjyhub contact form.

Once assigned, a member of the team will contact you to discuss further.

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