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What’s Happening in Hardware and Agribusiness Industry Sectors Sydney – September 14th, 2010 Joseph Taylor Senior Advisor – Hardware, Automotive Aftermarket & Agribusiness


Session Agenda Time 8:15 am

Registration

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Welcome and Introductions

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GS1 Overview: Who is GS1, Education & Training Offerings, Helpdesk, Industry Engagement and Overview: Hardware and Agribusiness Sectors

9:50 am

Guest Presenter Agribusiness Sector – Glen Andrews, Managing Director, First4Farming

10:30 am

Morning Tea

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Bar Code Quality and Verification 6 steps to quality bar codes How is my barcode tested? The most common causes behind non-scanning barcodes

11:30 pm

Guest Presenter Hardware Sector – Marcelo Tapia, Category & Contracts Manager, BOC

12:10 pm

Data Management/Quality

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Next Steps – Where to from here?

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Industry Overview • • • •

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Welcome GS1 Australia overview Education & Training offerings, Helpdesk Industry Engagement and overview • Hardware – Sector overview – Hardware GS1 Action Group (HGAG) – Initiatives • Agribusiness - Sector overview - Agribusiness GS1 Standards Group (AGSG) - Initiatives

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Who is GS1? • GS1 is a not-for-profit organisation • GS1 consists of 108 national member organisations driven by a membership of more than a million companies across 145 countries • GS1 assists more than 24 industry sectors globally • The GS1 System of standards is the most widely used standards system in the world © 2008 GS1

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Who is GS1 Australia? GS1 Australia Office at Botany, Sydney

• Australian member organisation of GS1 • Not for profit Industry Association • Subscription based organisation GS1 Australia Office at Mt Waverley, Melbourne

• Approximately 16,000 members • Working with over 18 industry verticals

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Who is GS1 Australia? GS1 Australia Office at Botany, Sydney

• Australian member organisation of GS1 The implementation of the

GS1 System by Australian industry for the benefit of all users. • Not for profit Industry Association Our role is to: • Subscription based organisation • develop global, open, multi-sector standards; GS1 Australia Office at Mt Waverley, Melbourne • provide training, education and support • Approximately 16,000 members services on supply chain management; and • Working with over 18 industry • promote and help implement the GS1 verticalsSystem to facilitate best business solutions.

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Our four key product areas Global standards for automatic identification Rapid and accurate item, asset or location identification

Global standards for electronic business messaging Rapid, efficient & accurate business data exchange

The network for global data synchronisation Standardised, reliable data for effective business transactions

Global standards for RFID-based identification More accurate, immediate and cost effective visibility of information

Underpinned by

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GS1 Identification Keys (e.g. GTIN, GLN, SSCC ) and attribute data

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GS1 Australia Services and Support

Australia

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GS1 Australia Services and Support Phone Support: GS1 Help Desk Site Visits Industry Engagement and Pilots Member Assistance

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GS1 Help Desk: 1300 366 033

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Member Assistance

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Member Assistance

Access to the Alliance Partner Network Alliance Partners

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ON-line catalogue Community Management Tool

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Australia Resources Education and Training

On-Line: 14 Courses

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Classroom Series

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Supply Chain Knowledge Centre

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LEARN online

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1 Webinar: How do I get started with the GS1 System? - 1 per month, 1-hour session - Free - How to put a bar code on your products

LEARN online

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Webinar: How do I get started with the GS1 System? - 1 per month, 1-hour session - Free - How to put a bar code on your products

Webinar: How do I improve visibility on my supply chain using the GS1 System? - 1 every 2 months, 1-hour session - Free - How to put a bar code on your boxes, pallets‌

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Webinar: How do I improve visibility on my supply chain using the GS1 System? - 1 every 2 months, 1-hour session - Free - How to put a bar code on your boxes, pallets…

LEARN online GS1 Classroom training - 4 times a year, full-day session - Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart/Darwin - Free for new members - Practical implementation of the GS1 System (workshops, presentations…)

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LEARN online Knowledge Series 101 - 3 times a year, full-day session - More specific topics: * Radio-frequency identification * eMessaging * GS1 XML Standards *…

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Project Management / Facilitation eMessaging Implementations

Supply Chain Reviews

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GS1 Australia Services and Support Bar Code Verification Reports

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Hardware Industry – Sector Snapshot The traditional hardware sector consisted of hardware and materials, this has evolved to include: Home Improvements Home DÊcor Home Lifestyle Home Living Home Services Resulting in a retail market in Australia valued at $26.1 billion; $10 billion retail and $16.1 billion trade Five major entities account for approximately 35% of this market with while 65% in the hands of medium to small retail brands and independent operators. In excess of 1,500 independent hardware stores.

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Hardware Industry – Sector Snapshot Approximately 200,000 SKUs Australia wide equating to 500,000 plus GTINS, these are across a range of products including; Timber, fastenings, power tools, electrical, outdoor lifestyle, green life, garden implements and paint. This gives a diverse range of packaging from seeds to BBQs, wheel barrows to electric drills. Each has it’s own challenge at identifying the consumer unit, trade unit and non-retail items.

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New entrant into the Sector

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Market Share in Australia

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Picture taken late 2008. Note, no bar codes on packaging. All boxes opened to identify what product is inside.

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Picture taken late 2008, highlighting the different types of products, pallet configurations existing today.

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Poor Quality Bar Codes

Poor Print Quality, Incorrect Color, Bar Codes wrapped around corners

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Outers not Bar Coded

Have to cut open carton , lift item from carton to scan barcode on the bottom of package This causes staff to assume and take chances = MISTAKES

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Defaced Barcodes

Many supplier’s barcodes are disfigured by packaging items such as tape, strapping etc. This causes staff to have to cut open cartons or manually key a 14 digit barcode

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Usage of the individual barcode as the outer barcode

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Barcodes that are incorrectly positioned or incorrect size of Barcode

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Which Bar Code do I scan?

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Formation of the Hardware GS1 Action Group (HGAG) • Numbering and Bar Coding guidelines developed and published (2007) however audits conducted early 2009 indicated less than 50% of products bar coded beyond base item (consumer unit) • Bar code Quality was an issue • eCom message implementation guides developed and published but slow uptake of messaging beyond PO and Invoice • Different eCom message requirements from Retailers • Greater need to focus on Global activities • Data issues recognised but no clear path for resolution © 2008 GS1

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Hardware GS1 Action Group Adoption of Global GS1 Standards Drive implementations Equal balance between Retailer and Supplier Structured - Steering Committee, Working Groups Cross Tasman Enabler for cost reductions in the supply chain

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Hardware GS1 Action Group Structure Steering Committee Chair: Andrew Price (Mitre 10) Deputy Chair: Patrice Chan-Yam (Dulux Group)

Input as req’d from HIWG

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Numbering & Barcoding Work Group Chair: Errol Kennedy (Danks)

eMessaging (EANCOM & XML) Work Group Chair: Matt Smith (Bunnings)

Global Data Synchronisation Work Group Chair: Steve Minchenton (Hyne Timber)

GS1 Aust – secretariat & technical support role

Task group Chairs: Andrew Price & Patrice Chan-Yam

Solution Providers Work Group

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Numbering & Bar Coding Work Group Work group Objectives: •

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To drive the adoption of GS1 numbering and bar coding beyond Point of Sale products To improve the quality of bar codes Education and training

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HGAG Call to Action

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Call to action issued in September, 2008

To assign Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) to all levels of packaging for a product by the end of this calendar year 2008

All new products introduced to the market after December 31 2008 must be physically bar coded on all levels of packaging with GS1 compliant bar codes

All existing products in the market must be physically bar coded on all levels of packaging by December 31, 2009

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Overall performance GS1

Product & bar code details

Scanning environment

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Overall ISO grade

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Traditional parameters

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Hardware Sector after HGAG Current Industry Position • Industry Position 85+% all Levels completed • 562 Warehouse based Suppliers 23745 SKU’s • 302 Vendors / 19446+ SKU’s completed • 38 Vendors / 2378 SKU’s in progress

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Key Achievements • Call to Action requesting numbering and bar coding of all levels of packaging for products release Sept 2008 • Development of Bar Code Quality Checklist • Seminars held in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane • Solution Provider training for non Alliance Partners • Site Audits (ongoing) • Link magazine articles published • Increased bar coding of non retail units increased from 50% (Jan 09) to 80% (July 10) • Danks now requesting Bar Code Verification reports for all new products for all levels of packaging

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Data Synchronisation Work Group Work group Objectives: •

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Implementation of electronic Product Data Synchronisation via GS1net between Suppliers and Buyers Develop a common set of data attributes Share learnings to improve ongoing implementations

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Data Synchronisation in the Hardware Sector • Pilot successfully completed in August 2009 • In November 2009, The Hardware GS1 Action Group officially launched Electronic Product Data Synchronisation via GS1net. • Sessions were held in Sydney and Melbourne • Key speakers at these sessions were: • • • •

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Andrew Price, Mitre 10 Errol Kennedy/Ovidiu Chiuariu, John Danks Mario Carniato, Kimberly-Clark Patrice Chan-Yam, DuluxGroup

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Key message from John Danks “Can you afford not to do Data Sync, continue doing the same old, same old, and give your competitors the upper edge in today’s market?”

I think “NOT”

Errol Kennedy, John Danks & Son

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Key Achievements • Defined Hardware Data Set • Successfully Completed an initial Pilot • Held Seminars in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane to promote the launch of GS1net in Australia • GS1net Training sessions held in Melbourne • Two Hardware Retailers in Australia now registered and taking data • Two Hardware Retailers in New Zealand registered and taking data • Suppliers have commenced loading and publishing data © 2008 GS1

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eCommerce Work Group Work group Objectives: • • •

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Develop and support global standards based electronic messaging (GS1 EANCOM and GS1 XML) Implement a core set of documents – PO, POA, ASN and Invoice Ensure Hardware Sector requirements are considered in the global standards

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Key Achievements • Reviewed four key message documents used by Retailers with an aim of aligning data definitions • Published four Data Definitions documents for: • • • •

Purchase Order Invoice Purchase Order Acknowledgement Despatch Advice

• Raised several GS1 XML change requests as a result of data mapping exercises. All changes to be included in upcoming release of GS1 XML

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HGAG Major Initiatives

2008/9 – Numbering & Bar Coding 2010/11 – Data Synchronisation 2010/11 – eCommerce © 2008 GS1

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Agribusiness Sector facts and figures

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Facts and figures (cont)

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GS1 and the Agribusiness Sector • New Sector engagement for GS1 • Major players include Elders, Landmark, First4Farming, Ruralco/CRT, Nufarm, Syngenta Crop Protection, AIRR, Farmoz, Incitec Pivot Fertilisers, Ridley Agriproducts, Pacific Seeds, Pfizer…. • Overlap with Hardware and Healthcare sectors • Current Challenges/Issues: • Requirement to track and trace batches of product throughout the supply chain • Point of Sale scanning

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Agribusiness GS1 Standards Group (AGSG) • • •

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Formed in March 2010 Participants include Landmark, Elders, Ruralco/CRT, Nufarm, Syngenta Crop Protection, Pfizer, Incitec Pivot Fertilisers, Farmoz, Pacific Seeds, Ridley AgriProducts, First4Farming. Key objective is to work with all interested industry trading partners to develop, promote and implement aspects of the GS1 system including product identification, automatic data capture, electronic messaging, data synchronisation and product classifications to enable effective and efficient business processes. The Agribusiness GS1 Standards Group (AGSG) has called for interested parties to participate in the three work groups which have been set up - Numbering & Bar Coding, E-messaging and Data Synchronisation, and Batch Management Traceability. The AGSG meets monthly, alternating between Sydney and Melbourne for meetings and offers both webinar and teleconference facilities to participants .

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AGSG to date • Monthly meetings since March 2010 • Steering committee established including Chair and Vice Chair • Three Work Groups established including Chair and Deputy Chair • Work Group objectives confirmed • Group Charter completed • Press release completed

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Agribusiness GS1 Standards Group Structure Steering Committee Chair: Andrew Pollard (Landmark) Vice Chair: Keith Quiney (Syngenta Crop Protection)

Numbering & Barcoding Work Group Chair: Aaron Dunton (Nufarm)

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E-Messaging & Data Synchronisation Work Group Chair: Rachelle Woods (Pfizer)

GS1 Aust – secretariat & technical support role

Batch Management Traceability Work Group Chair: Paul Middleton (Ridley AgriProducts)

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Contact Details Joseph.taylor@gs1au.org 02 9695 2227 0413 366 905 www.gs1au.org


Guest Speaker - Agribusiness Glen Andrews – (Managing Director) First4Farming

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F4F and GS1 in Agribusiness • • • • •

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Who is F4F? F4F’s work in the Agribusiness sector F4F and GS1 Standards Agribusiness GS1 Standards Group (AGSG) F4F and GS1 in New Zealand

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Who is F4F? • • • •

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F4F links participants in the agricultural supply chain by integrating IT systems and business processes To facilitate information exchange between those participants, e.g. eMessaging in the order to cash process With a model that minimises IT projects, investment, education, complexity, resource usage and risk In order to •

Optimise processes and streamline business

Lower participant’s operating costs

Enable participant’s resources to focus on value-add tasks and their projects of strategic importance

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Who is F4F?

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F4F’s Role •

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Common data item requirements and data meaning

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Simple and uniform operations management

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F4F & GS1 Standards

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F4F Worldwide •

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F4F operates communities in these regions... •

UK since 2000 – owned by the industry

Australia and New Zealand since 2002

France, Belgium and Holland since 2005

Germany since 2007

South Africa since 2007

North America since 2009

Participants in other regions such as Middle East

F4F maintains two primary eBusiness hubs and support centers in London and Sydney, linked for 24x7 service

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F4F in APAC •

Formed in November 2002 by a collection of seven industry leading retailers and suppliers in Australia

About 100 buyers and sellers using the F4F system in Australia and NZ (including almost all the current AGSG members)

Suppliers represent almost every market segment in agribusiness including chemicals, animal health, fertiliser, irrigation, general merchandise, seed, feed etc

After conquering basic eBusiness participants move on to:

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More advanced supply chain interactions

Integrated web portals

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AGSG

Comprised of buyers and sellers in agribusiness Most participants are members of F4F and GS1 Leveraging the good work done in other industries such as hardware and grocery Currently seeking to involve more retailers and manufacturers

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Agribusiness GS1 Standards Group Structure Steering Committee Chair: Andrew Pollard (Landmark) Vice Chair: Keith Quiney (Syngenta Crop Protection)

Numbering & Barcoding Work Group Chair:Aaron Dunton (Nufarm)

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Batch Management Traceability Work Group Chair: Paul Middleton (Ridley AgriProducts)

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F4F and the AGSG Numbering Bar Coding

Support the workgroup by ensuring compatibility with all agreements in current and new eBusiness processes

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Support the workgroup by contributing experience and knowledge gained in dealing with agribusiness data over the last 8 years in APAC. In particular, advise on common eBusiness data issues to address.

Most large and medium agribusinesses are using F4F for eMessaging. F4F will support the workgroup by eMessaging facilitating improved standards adherence ďƒ easier for small and medium agribusinesses to participate Batch Mgmt Support the workgroup by ensuring compatibility with all agreements in current and new eBusiness & Traceability processes Š 2008 GS1

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F4F and GS1 in New Zealand New Zealand’s top 5 rural retailers began investigating an industry B2B initiative in early 2009 Primary Goal: Capture the benefits of B2B in the most efficient way possible with lowest cost to industry F4F and GS1 were selected based on their complimentary capabilities and services • F4F: Agribusiness experience, B2B services & existing businesses using the system • GS1: N&BC and master data synchronisation

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The Problem Commercial interaction between traders and suppliers are: • Manual – resource intensive • Paper based or.. • Non-standard • Error prone • COSTLY

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The Opportunity

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Processes become electronic and automated Standardised across sector Alignment to other sectors locally and internationally Single method of sharing information and electronic documents Reduce errors Reduce cost to TRADERS and SUPPLIERS Provides the foundation for even greater collaboration between TRADERS and SUPPLIERS

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The Solution Three Core Components 1. Globally unique identification of products, companies, and locations. 2. Ongoing synchronisation of standardised item data between suppliers and customers. 3. Automation of order management processes e.g. electronic purchase orders and invoices.

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Advanced Collaboration

Advanced Collaboration

Procure to Pay E-messaging

Order to Cash E-messaging

Data Synchronisation

Data Synchronisation

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Rural Traders

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GTIN & GLN Identification

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Alliance Partners as Agribusiness & Hardware eSatchel Suppliers in Sydney

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Bar Code Quality & Verification John Lane Testing Services Manager


Agenda • 6 steps to quality bar codes - including common causes for non-scanning bar codes • Submitting products for testing • How is my bar code tested? / reading verification reports

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Agenda • 6 steps to quality bar codes - including common causes for non-scanning bar codes • Submitting products for testing • How is my bar code tested? / reading verification reports

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Bar code quality - Get it right the first time

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Key steps to consider

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Key steps to consider 1. Colour – Print contrast

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Key steps to consider 1. Colour – Print contrast 2. Bar code width – Magnification

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Key steps to consider 1. Colour – Print contrast 2. Bar code width – Magnification 3. Quiet Zones (light margins )

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Key steps to consider 1. Colour – Print contrast 2. Bar code width – Magnification 3. Quiet Zones (light margins ) 4. Bar height

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Key steps to consider 1. Colour – Print contrast 2. Bar code width – Magnification 3. Quiet Zones (light margins ) 4. Bar height 5. Print quality

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Key steps to consider 1. Colour – Print contrast 2. Bar code width – Magnification 3. Quiet Zones (light margins ) 4. Bar height 5. Print quality 6. Location © 2008 GS1

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1. Colour – Print contrast

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2. Magnification - Bar code size ITF-14 50% Minimum for conveyorised scanning

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3. Quiet Zones – Light margins • Area to the left and right of all bar codes • Enable scanner to determine start and end of the bar code • Must keep all graphics, dark colours clear of these areas

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4. Bar code height • EAN/UPC Symbols have a nominal (target) size • Nominal bar codes have a fixed relationship between the width and height to enable omnidirectional scanning Nominal bar code

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5. Print quality • Clear crisp well defined bars • Watch for voids and smudging • Print quality requires regular ongoing checks • There must be enough contrast between the dark bars and the light spaces for a scanner to be able to read the bar code

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6. Location - retail trade items

• General recommendation for location is towards the lower right of the back of the product. • Lower right of another face is acceptable where the back of the product is unavailable. • Base of a product will continue to be acceptable but is NOT preferred.

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6. Location - non-retail trade items

Locate bar code on a minimum of two adjacent sides Minimum of 19mm from either vertical edge (including light margins)

*32mm * The 32mm measurement is from the bottom of the bars.

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Agenda • 6 steps to quality bar codes - including common causes for non-scanning bar codes • Submitting products for testing • How is my bar code tested? / reading verification reports

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Agenda • 6 steps to quality bar codes - including common causes for non-scanning bar codes • Submitting products for testing • How is my bar code tested? / reading verification reports

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Submitting your products • Present products in their final form • Loose labels, unformed packaging or artwork are acceptable but the results obtained may alter once the product is in its formed state • Whole cartons can be sent flattened for a complete assessment (please note that a removed bar coded piece/panel of a carton cannot be assessed as a complete sample) • Heavy/bulky items should not be submitted. Empty, flat packaging or loose labels must be submitted for testing in this case.

• Download and complete the GS1 Australia bar code verification request form: http://www.gs1au.org/services/barcode_testing/

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Agenda • 6 steps to quality bar codes - including common causes for non-scanning bar codes • Submitting products for testing • How is my bar code tested? / reading verification reports

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Agenda • 6 steps to quality bar codes - including common causes for non-scanning bar codes • Submitting products for testing • How is my bar code tested? / reading verification reports

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Bar Code Verification What is it, and who can use it? • A assessment of a bar code against GS1 Standards and ISO bar code quality standards • Products are tested, and a conformance report is generated providing assessment outcomes and recommendations • The service is available to all companies producing / using GS1 bar code symbols

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Bar Code Verification Why use the Service? Save time, save money • Rectifying ‘poor’ bar codes incurs unnecessary costs - it is better to “get it right the first time” • Decrease the time it takes to get your product to market

Reassurance – bar codes which scan first time, every time • The verification process assesses the likely scanning performance of a bar code and how closely it conforms to specifications • Provides the reassurance that the bar code symbol will scan correctly throughout the supply chain © 2008 GS1

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Verification of bar codes • Verification of bar codes should occur both during symbol creation and after product manufacturing. • Verifiers are not scanners • A scanner reads the bar code • A verifier assesses quality • The trained eye can spot many bar code quality issues, but a verifier will assess the finer details.

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Bar code verification reports • Assessed as either “Interim” or “Final” • Indicate compliance with GS1 standards • Issued by GS1 Australia upon completion of testing • Provide recommendation for improvement if necessary • Are valid for 12 months from date of issue • Help avoid interpretation problems between trading partners © 2008 GS1

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Verification against ISO standards • ISO verification looks at the bar code in a similar way to the way a scanner sees it. • ISO 15416 verification method is fully compatible with the ANSI standards (released by the American National Standards Institute) • It assesses the quality of the symbol compared to a perfect symbol resulting in a grade between 0 and 4. • For more detailed information, refer to the technical fact sheets available on our website: © 2008 GS1

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Interim verification reports • Provided for artwork samples (laser prints, bromides, mock-ups, colour proofs...) • Assess magnification, bar height, quiet zones, validity of the GS1 number and scanning environment • Do not assess location and ISO parameters • Are accepted by most major retailers to initiate the buying process • As a general rule there is a 6 week window from the date you submit the interim report to the retailer until the need to supply them with a full report. It is strongly recommended that the complete, formed items be submitted once printed, to obtain a final report.

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Interim verification report

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Final verification reports • Provide complete assessment of scan rate, traditional parameters and ISO parameters against appropriate scanning environments • May be required by some retailers • Major retailers in Australia and New Zealand accept verification reports issued in either country

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Reports are valid for 12 months Overall Performance Product and bar code details

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Actual values / outcomes as assessed

Required value / range of values

Traditional Parameters

Parameter Pass / Fail

ISO Parameters

ISO Grade Achieved

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GS1 Australia Services and Support

GS1 Help Desk: 1300 366 033

GS1 Website:

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Questions ? Thank You For Your Participation

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Guest Presenter - Hardware Marcelo Tapia – (Category & Contracts Manager) BOC Gases

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Data Management ‌.or, how to manage that big hairy beast called Master Data


Session agenda What is Data Management How good is your Data Management and Master Data? The impact of poor data in the supply chain The technical solution Success Criteria for good Data Management Final Thoughts Close / Questions

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What is Data Management? Definitions of Data management on the Web: Data management comprises all the disciplines related to managing data as a valuable resource. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_management Controlling, protecting, and facilitating access to data in order to provide information consumers with timely access to the data they need. The functions provided by a database management system. www.information-management.com/glossary/d.html

Definitions of product data management on the Web: Product data management (PDM) is the business function often within product lifecycle management that is responsible for the creation, management and publication of product data. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Product_data_management

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How good is your Data Management and Master Data? Have you ever thought about how poor master management and data can impact your business? Poor Master Data has a direct link with the following: • • • • • • • • • © 2008 GS1

Excessive amounts of claims Payments held up Constant queries on customer orders Product returns Lost sales Lack of stock control Order reconciliation taking too long Sales staff spending too much time doing paperwork Master data control is spread around the business 283


The impact of poor data in the UK Grocery Sector – UK Study findings in the Grocery sector

Data Crunch report – Prepared by GS1 UK – Oct 2009 © 2008 GS1

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UK findings (cont)

Data Crunch report – Prepared by GS1 UK – Oct 2009 © 2008 GS1

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UK findings (cont)

Data Crunch report – Prepared by GS1 UK – Oct 2009

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What is Poor Data costing the UK Grocery Sector? Excerpt from the UK Data Crunch Report Executive Summary: • We calculate that over the next five years UK retailers and suppliers will experience over £700 million profit erosion and £300 million in lost sales. These are conservative estimates based on the combination of process inefficiencies, duplications and workarounds across the retailer and supplier’s supply chains, together with administrative shrinkage and shelf stockouts that inaccurate data causes. © 2008 GS1

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level

Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ) Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross) Dates: Effective, Start Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, Subbrand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc Š 2008 GS1

Warranty: Description, Duration, Type (km or month)

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level

Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ) Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross) Dates: Effective, Start Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc Š 2008 GS1

Warranty: Description, Duration, Type (km or month)

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ) Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross) Dates: Effective, Start Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc Š 2008 GS1

Warranty: Description, Duration, Type (km or month)

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods Warehouse,

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Transport Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ)

Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross) Dates: Effective, Start Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc Š 2008 GS1

Warranty: Description, Duration, Type (km or month)

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods Warehouse,

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Transport Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ)

Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross)

Planning, Dates: Effective, Start Forecasting Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc Š 2008 GS1

Warranty: Description, Duration, Type (km or month)

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods Warehouse,

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Transport Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ)

Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross)

Planning, Dates: Effective, Start Forecasting Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner Costing specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc Š 2008 GS1

Warranty: Description, Duration, Type (km or month)

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods Warehouse,

GTIN, GLN, GPC code Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Transport Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ)

Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross)

Planning, Dates: Effective, Start Forecasting Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner Costing specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date

Purchasing Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods Warehouse,

GTIN, GLN, GPC code

All depts

Transport

Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ) Physical: Product Dimensions, Weights (Net and Gross)

Planning, Dates: Effective, Start Forecasting Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner Costing specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date

Purchasing Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc

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Who uses your data? Environmental & Dangerous Goods Warehouse,

GTIN, GLN, GPC code

All depts

Transport

Functional: Orderable, Despatch or Invoice, Hierarchy Level Purchasing

Tax: GST (yes/no), Rate (Aus or NZ) Physical: Product Dimensions, Warehouse Weights (Net and Gross)

Planning, Dates: Effective, Start Forecasting Availability, End Availability, First Order, etc

Marketing: Brand, SubMarketing brand, Variant, Description –long, short

Pricing: (trading partner Costing specific) National, State, Direct to Store, DC etc, Effective Date, End Date

Purchasing Logistics: Order Multiples, Min Order qty, Pallet Details, etc

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

Supplier

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

Fax/ Mail/File transfer

Supplier

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2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer

Supplier

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1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer

Supplier

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2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer

Supplier

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2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer 1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Supplier

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

6. Despatch Advice

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer 1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Supplier

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

6. Despatch Advice 7. Goods Delivered + Invoice

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer 1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Supplier

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

6. Despatch Advice 7. Goods Delivered + Invoice 8. Query Delivery Errors / Claim for credit

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer 1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Supplier

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

6. Despatch Advice 7. Goods Delivered + Invoice 8. Query Delivery Errors / Claim for credit 9. Return Incorrect Goods

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain

5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer 1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Supplier

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

6. Despatch Advice 7. Goods Delivered + Invoice 8. Query Delivery Errors / Claim for credit 9. Return Incorrect Goods 10. Adjusted Delivery Š 2008 GS1

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Impact of Poor data and processes within the Supply Chain 11. Delayed Settlement 5. Adjusted Purchase Order 4. Query Order Errors 3. Purchase Order Fax/ Mail/File transfer 1. Product Info sent

2. Product Info entered

Errors in transposition

Errors in Translation Errors in Delivery / Transmission

Supplier

Buyer

Incorrect Item #s Prices Desc Qty

6. Despatch Advice 7. Goods Delivered + Invoice 8. Query Delivery Errors / Claim for credit 9. Return Incorrect Goods 10. Adjusted Delivery Š 2008 GS1

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data

Supplier

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data

1. Populates

Vendor GS1net Catalogue

Supplier

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data

1. Populates

Vendor GS1net Catalogue

2. Auto Updates

Supplier Buyer

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data

3. Purchase Order – Accurate & error free

1. Populates

Vendor GS1net Catalogue

2. Auto Updates

Supplier Buyer

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data

3. Purchase Order – Accurate & error free

1. Populates

Vendor GS1net Catalogue

2. Auto Updates

Supplier Buyer

4. Dispatch Advice / ASN – SSCC link to PO & GTINs

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data

3. Purchase Order – Accurate & error free

1. Populates

Vendor GS1net Catalogue

2. Auto Updates

Supplier Buyer

4. Dispatch Advice / ASN – SSCC link to PO & GTINs

5. Physical Goods Flow – Marked with SSCC © 2008 GS1

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Impact on Supply Chain with improved processes and data 6. Remittance Advice & Settlement

3. Purchase Order – Accurate & error free

1. Populates

Vendor GS1net Catalogue

2. Auto Updates

Supplier Buyer

4. Dispatch Advice / ASN – SSCC link to PO & GTINs

5. Physical Goods Flow – Marked with SSCC © 2008 GS1

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Supply Chains today If data and processes are so bad, how is it that we do get products ordered, delivered and then paid? Well, we throw people at the problem. We put them in accounts payable, receivable, customer service. We create new roles in Sales, Marketing, IT. We reward people for constant fire-fighting, and pride ourselves on our ability to adapt to change and our flexibility. Not only that, we employ people to update and manage your data as well.

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The technical solution – GS1net To assist organisations in sharing their product information with their trading partners, GS1 developed a solution called GS1net based on a set of rules and built on the GS1 Standards GS1net is the data synchronisation solution for Australia and New Zealand GS1net lets you enter, validate, store and maintain all your product, pricing and other related trade information in a single location You can then easily share this global standards-based information with the trading partners you work with, across all industry sectors, and even globally.

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What is Data Synchronisation?

The continuous and automated exchange of standardised item master data within and between organisations

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GS1net - Overview Global Registry

Data Uploads

Vendor B

Data Uploads

Vendor C

Data Uploads

Vendor D

Data Uploads

GS1net Data Validation

Vendor A

GS1net Data Pool

Auto Updates

Trading Partner A

Auto Updates

Trading Partner B

Auto Updates

Trading Partner C

GS1net local Registry Search & Download

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GS1net Status as at 15th Aug 2010 1441 companies currently participating – 56 Buyers – 19 Search & Download – 1366 Suppliers / Manufacturers

340K+ Supplier Maintained GTINs 1106 Suppliers have loaded data in GS1net ~850 Suppliers are GS1net Ready ™ ~500 Suppliers are GS1net Live ™

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GS1net in the Community Grocery • • • •

Coles – 477 Suppliers Metcash – 179 Suppliers Woolworths – beginning early 2011 Foodstuffs (NZ) - 45

Hardware • • • •

Mitre 10 NZ – 42 Suppliers Mitre 10 – Building M2M interface John Danks & Son – 2 suppliers ITM (NZ) – 2

Health – 92 Suppliers Office Products – Pilot completed Consumer Electronics – Pilot planned early 2011

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The key to successful Data Synchronisation? Identify and appoint a Champion in your organisation to drive your data synchronisation project today and into the future Clearly defined your business processes for managing your master data Have the disciplines in place to follow the defined business process Understanding the uses and impacts that data can have on your trading relationships

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Where to from here? • • • • •

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Gain some internal support and appoint a champion Review your existing data management processes Get involved, learn about what you’re getting your business involved in Talk to others who have implemented data synchronisation Work out how much having quality data synchronised with your trading partners is worth to you Implement a Data Quality programme, not a Data Sync project

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Final Thoughts

GS1net has gained the support of the Hardware GS1 Action Group, however don’t just focus on the tool, you need to review how you manage your data to ensure you maintain a sustainable process Š 2008 GS1

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Final Thoughts

Data Management and Synchronisation challenges current paradigms regarding data ownership

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And Finally………….

…..get that hairy beast to work for you!

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Questions?

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Summary From Today • Who is GS1 • Education & Training offerings, Helpdesk • Industry Engagement and Overview: Hardware and Agribusiness Sectors • Guest Speakers • Barcode Quality & Verification • Data Management/Quality

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Next Steps – Where To From Here? How can GS1 Help?

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GS1 Australia Training and Education

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Education & Training options

© 2008 GS1

Webinars

Online

Classroom

SCKC

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-

-

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The GS1 System

Webinars

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Online

Classroom

Knowledge Centre

336


Learn about GS1 Bar Codes: Webinars •

Multimedia presentation through a telephone conference call and a presentation via a web page

For all members of GS1 Australia

Eliminate travel expenses

3 series of Webinars:

Web Interactive Sessions

How do I get started with the GS1 System? Numbering and bar coding of retail items

• •

© 2008 GS1

How do I apply GS1 Bar Codes to my non-retail items? How do I achieve optimal bar code quality?

Between 1 and 2 per month

Free sessions 337


Learn about GS1 Bar Codes: Classroom sessions Classroom Series

Learn from expert instructors

1-day session at GS1: • • • •

© 2008 GS1

Key principles of the GS1 System Identification of retail and non-retail items (Global Trade Item Number®) Bar coding of retail and non-retail items Technical requirements regarding bar coding

For new and existing members of GS1 Australia

Interactive workshops to put into practise the various learnings

$85 + GST for existing members

10 free passes per 12 months for Corporate members 338


Learn about GS1 Bar Codes: Knowledge Centre sessions Supply Chain Knowledge Centre

© 2008 GS1

Dynamic simulator of the global supply chain

Built by industry experts and professional trainers

Allows members to: • test alternative strategies • optimise performance • train personnel without the risks and costs associated with real-world experimentation

For small, medium and large enterprises

Programs teaching GS1 Bar Codes: • The Chain Reaction Program • Standards in Action 339


The GS1 System

Online

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Classroom

Knowledge Centre

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Learn about GS1 eCom: Online courses •

Courses on EDI,

UNEDIFACT, EANCOM, XML

Learn at your own pace: the modules are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

On-Line Courses

• 4 modules on GS1 eCom: – – – –

Basics of eCom Basics of EANCOM Developing and Implementing EANCOM Basics of AS2

• Certificate of completion if successful in the 3 tests

© 2008 GS1

$55 + GST per module for existing members

10 free passes per 12 months for Corporate members

341


Learn about GS1 eCom: 101 classroom series 101 classroom series

For all members

In depth course on eMessaging: learn EDI from basics • Morning session: –

EDI basic principles, infrastructure and related standards

Afternoon session: learn about EANCOM or GS1 XML – – – – –

EDIFACT and EANCOM® EDIFACT syntax GS1 supply chain scenarios and sequence of EANCOM® messages EANCOM® documentation and source of information EANCOM® development, maintenance and support

– – – –

Introduction to XML XML Syntax GS1 XML Examples of GS1 XML messages

Or

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$100 + GST for ½ Day, $180 + GST for Full Day.

10 free passes per 12 months for Corporate members 342


Learn about GS1 eCom: Knowledge Centre sessions Supply Chain Knowledge Centre

© 2008 GS1

Dynamic simulator of the global supply chain

Built by industry experts and professional trainers

Allows members to: • test alternative strategies • optimise performance • train personnel without the risks and costs associated with real-world experimentation

For small, medium and large enterprises

Programs teaching GS1 eCom: • The Chain Reaction Program • Standards in Action 343


The GS1 System

Webinars

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Online

Classroom

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Learn about GS1 GDSN & GS1net: Webinars •

Multimedia presentation through a telephone conference call and a presentation via a web page

For all members of GS1 Australia

Eliminate travel expenses

3 series of Webinars:

Web Interactive Sessions

• • •

© 2008 GS1

Introduction to GS1net Working with the Browser Template Publishing and Reporting within GS1net

Free sessions

Held every month

345


Learn about GDSN: Online courses •

Courses on the benefits and meaning of data synchronisation, the details of certified data pools and the Global Registry

Learn at your own pace: the modules are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

3 modules on GDSN: – GDSN / Data Synchronisation Basics – Data Accuracy Basics – Global Product Classification Basics

Certificate of completion if successful in the 3 tests

$55 + GST per module for existing members

10 free passes per 12 months for Corporate members

On-Line Courses

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Learn about data synchronisation Classroom Workshops

For all

Gives you: • • • • •

© 2008 GS1

members

A GS1net overview the understanding of where to start GS1net key concepts and terminologies Steps to “Becoming GS1net Ready™ and GS1net Live” an understanding of the online system and its role in the process

Suitable for any person that would like to know more about GS1net, the data requirements, and catalogue access

Half Day session

$250 + GST per person

347


The GS1 System

Online

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Classroom

Knowledge Centre

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Learn about EPC/RFID: Online courses On-Line Courses

© 2008 GS1

Learn at your own pace: the module is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

3 modules: – Radio-frequency Identification and EPC Standards Basics – Technical aspects of EPC/RFID – Business aspects of EPC/RFID

Certificate of completion if successful in the 3 tests

$55 + GST per module for existing members

10 free passes per 12 months for Corporate members

349


Learn about EPC/RFID: 101 classroom series 101 classroom series

For all members

In depth course on EPC/RFID: • • • • • •

© 2008 GS1

What is radio-frequency identification? What are the components of a RFID solution? What are EPC and EPCGlobal? What is GS1’s involvement in the development and implementation of the EPCGlobal standards? What are the benefits and the ROI to implement RFID and EPC standards? What are the applications for RFID technology and the associated EPC standards?

Half-day session

$100 + GST for ½ Day.

10 free passes per 12 months for Corporate members 350


Learn about GS1 EPC/RFID: Knowledge Centre sessions Supply Chain Knowledge Centre

© 2008 GS1

Dynamic simulator of the global supply chain

Built by industry experts and professional trainers

Allows members to: • test alternative strategies • optimise performance • train personnel without the risks and costs associated with real-world experimentation

For small, medium and large enterprises

Programs teaching GS1 EPC/RFID: • EPC/RFID in Action

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GS1 Australia Professional Services

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Supply Chain Queries What materials do I have, where are they, how much do I have, where/when have I used them? How can I make my inward / outward goods process more efficient? How can I make stocktaking easier and quicker?

What is the most appropriate solution to comply with my customer’s scan packing requirements?

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GS1 Australia Professional Services Health Check Supply Chain Review Audit

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SUPPLY CHAIN ASSISTANCE

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E-Messaging Queries How do I comply with my trading partners E-Commerce requirements? Who can help me with Message Implementation Guidelines (MIGS)?

How do I manage my E-Commerce rollout to my trading community?

Who can help me with software and hardware?

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GS1 Australia Professional Services

B2B Implementation MIG Development E-Commerce Strategy Community Management Tool

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E-MESSAGING ASSISTANCE

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Data Sync / GS1net Queries How do I learn about GS1net?

How do I fast track the process of becoming GS1net Ready / Live?

Who can help me maintain my GS1net catalogue?

What are my upload options?

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GS1 Australia Professional Services

Fast Track Implementation Assistance Data Quality Audit Sustainability GS1net Training Data Maintenance / Management

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GS1 Australia Professional Services Health Check Supply Chain Review Audit B2B Implementation MIG Development E-Commerce Strategy Community Management Tool Fast Track Implementation Assistance Data Quality Audit Sustainability GS1net Training Data Maintenance / Management

SUPPLY CHAIN ASSISTANCE

E-MESSAGING ASSISTANCE

DATA SYNCHRONISATION ASSISTANCE

Tailored Projects Š 2008 GS1

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Questions? Thank You Close

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Contact Details Joseph Taylor Senior Advisor Industry Management M 0413 366 905 E joseph.taylor@gs1au.org

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