In February 2006,the GS1 Board said: “Increaseparticipationin the GSMP!"
We created a new membership model which provided… Better ROI Better awareness Wider input
April 2008 624 Members June 2007 : 458 members January 2007 : 372 members June 2006 : 175 members
Together…… from around the globe People Cultures Time zones Languages Points of view
But we’re not stopping there…Join together in 2008Experiencethe reach and power of the GS1 MO Network.
The GSMP Local Community Network : …power reach… A system of checks and balances
The GSMP Local Community Network : …power reach… Contact Details:Mark d'AgostinoVice President, Global Standards GS11009 Lenox Dr., Suite 202Lawrenceville, NJ, 08648T: +609.620.4583F: +609.620.0255M: +609.658.6106 A system of checks and balances
WELCOME Etienne BOONET CEO GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg
Kingdom of Belgium & Grand Duchy of Luxembourg Founding members of the European Union • Belgium: • 30,528 square kilometres (11,787 square miles) • 10,2 million inhabitants (315/km²) • GNI/Capita : $ 38,600 • Languages : Dutch, French, German • Luxembourg: • 2,586 square kilometres (999 square miles) • 0,4 million inhabitants (170/km²) • GNI/Capita : $ 76,040 • Languages: French, German, Luxembourgish
Independant countries since 1830History of Cities "Eendracht maakt macht (Dutch)L'union fait la force (French)Einigkeit macht stark (German)"Strength through Unity Mir wëllebleiwewatmirsinn(Luxembourgish)"We want to remain what we are"
GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg • Non for profit organisation set up in 1977. One of the 12 founding members of EAN/GS1 • Today approx. 5.000 member companies from various sectors of industry • 10 staff members • Wide network of contacts and cooperation with other national organisations and professional associations.
Challenge : Integrity • GS1 International : • Are all standards coherent? • GS1 Member Organisations : • Are the specifications fully and correctly reproduced in the national documents ? • Each individual company : • Correct application of the international standards
Have a successful GSMP Event Thank you
Contact Details Etienne BOONETCEO GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg Rue Royale 29B 1000 Brussels (Belgium) T+32 (0)2 229 18 83F+32 (0)2 217 43 47W www.gs1belu.orgE email@example.com
GS1 and the WCO GSMP Forum Brussels, April 15th 2008 Gareth Lewis World Customs Organization GS1GSMPForumApril15th2008
Outline • WCO: Who are we? • Innovation/Integration/Simplicity • The SAFE Framework • Two Key Instruments: the UCR and WCO Data Model • MoU with GS1 and The Way Ahead
Customs Environment Admissibility of goods Foreign direct investment Trade facilitation Predictable processing Just-in time Inventory control Statistic Fewer resources Lower costs Information technology Logistics Security • Collect taxes Increase in volume • MaintainExchequer yield Drugs IPR Dangerous goods Environmental Globalization Cultural More awareness Protect society Int’l commitments Regional Trade Agreement Governance, Integrity
World Customs Organization (The Customs Cooperative Council) • Exists to improve the global effectiveness and efficiency of Customs • Established in 1952, Brussels • 172 members + EU Model for: Legislation Standards Conventions Decisions Recommendations Forum for: Discussion Exchange ideas Joint Initiatives Trade Consultation Involves: Capacity Building Diagnosis Planning Implementation Review
Protection of Economic Interests (domestic industry) Protection of Society <health, safety> (drug trafficking, firearms, environment etc.) Economic Development <trade, investment> (trade facilitation) Security <terrorism> (shifting focus to entire supply chain) Framework of Standards Evolution of Customs Revenue Collection of import taxes(duties & excise) Customs function
The UCR • Critical part of WCO’s Integrated Supply Chain Management Guidelines/FoS • Resolution & Implementation Guidelines passed by Council in 2004 • “Electronic Staple” based upon ISO 15459 “Unique Identifier” • Phase I UK/Australia Project based upon SSCC for bulk wine & spirit completed 2007 – Phase II just beginning!
WCO and GS1 • MoU Signed Nov. 19th 2007 • shared business interests • information exchange • joint activities/projects • support standards in Customs sector • Current interest in SSCC, GSIN, GTIN and GLN • Can industry generated numbers replace text for G2B exchanges?
THANK YOU firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +32 2209 9355 www.wcoomd.org
9 Regional Offices Business Organisation Section Cash Handling Organisation at the Bundesbank Cash Department Divisions H 1, H 2, H 3 47 branches throughout Germany
Reasons for CashEDI • Requests of professional cash handlers to the Bundesbank • Improvement in cash services • Facilities for electronic data interchange • Bar code supported transactions • Insolvencies of CIT-companies in 2006 • Commercial enterprises‘ and banks‘ demands for more transparency in the cash logistic process • Improvement in the supervision of CIT companies
CashEDI Contents • Electronic Lodgement Notification • Confirmation of Receipt after Cash-depositing at the Bundesbank-branch • Confirmation of Counting / Notification of Cash Discrepancies (only from Bundesbank-branches operating with multi-denomination cash processing systems) • Electronic Cash Order • Notification of Delivery after preparing the withdrawal • Confirmation of Delivery after withdrawal at the Bundesbank-branch
CashEDI Contents • Bar code technology • At the counter • In the internal cash area • Electronic exchange of master data • Electronic information service
CashEDI - basic standards from GS1 • GLN (global location number) • GTIN (global trade number) • SSCC (serial shipping container code) • Barcode EAN 128 • Communicationstandard (EANCOM, GS1 XML 2.0.2) • Messagetyps (for example) • ORDERS • ORDRSP • DESADV • RECADV
Example lodgement Lodgement Notification (DESADV including SSCC) Bank Cash flow Cash flow CIT Bundesbank Confirmation of Receipt (RECADV) Retailer Participants are identified by GLN
BMS SSC c Example lodgement Booking logdement (BMS=Cash Management System) SSCC34012345123456789 5 Identification of the DESADV-message by SSCC Crediting customer account Scanning the SSCC
Figures • Cash orders ca. 2.500 per day • Total amount ca. 2 Billion EUR per day • Logdements ca. 7.600 per day • Total amount c. 2 Billion EUR per day Projectgoal of cashEDI To manage 75% of the cash orders und data about lodgements with cashEDI until the year 2012
Contact Details Erlebach, TorstenWilhelm-Epstein-Strasse 14D – 60431 Frankfurt am Main, Germany T+49 69 9566 3162F+49 69 9566 508035W www.bundesbank.deE email@example.com
The Data Quality Challenge GSMP, Brussels, 15 April 2008 Kraig Adams (The Coca-Cola Co.) Bud Babcock (P&G) Olivier Mouton (Carrefour)
Increased momentum towards adoption of GDSN Trading Partners: from 200 in 2005 to 15,155 in 2008 Certified Data Pools: from 7 in 2005 to 24 in 2008
Is your data quality good enough? So we’re there already…right? Sometimes Mostly Yes All the time Mostly No
Data Quality Framework: proven results Manufacturers Retailers • Eliminate measurement processes • Retailer saved about $10M per cubiscan in equipment costs • Small retailer saved ~2 FTEs • Optimise distribution network • Retailer utilised up to 18% more outbound capacity by using accurate weights & dimensions data or about $1MM in cost savings • Eliminate duplicate measurement processes • Manufacturer saved about 1 FTE per plant in NA or ~$1MM opportunity • Improve freight utilisation • Manufacturer realised $2MM in cost savings in affected category • Cost avoidance • Avoiding 3rd party measurements & customer fees
It is all about data quality The value of data synchronisation depends on the exchange of quality data in the Network • GDSN reveal data problems more quickly • Sending junk faster is not the answer • Improve trading relationships: increase confidence in product information by developing data quality programmes in collaboration with trading partners
Join the Data Quality Challenge It is a win-win for trading partners !
How to get started Step 1Acknowledge you are not where you would like to be on data quality Step 2Decide to take on the Data Quality Challenge Step 3 Familiarise yourself with the DQF Step 4 Do a self-assessment using the DQF
How to get more • Step 5 Evaluate results of the assessment and plan changes • Step 6 Implement changes • Step 7 Re-assess your organisation • Step 8 Enjoy the benefits from good quality data