The 7th ECR Forum 2011 in Russia. Master Data Management Few mln $ at the touch of a button.

ECR Community 2011.06.10

Publication Date: 2011
Publication Language: English , Russian
Publication Country/Region: ECR Russia
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Konzum Croatia, Kraft Foods, Metro Systems, ECR-Russia
Author: Ivan Gadze, Valerian Dunin-Barkovskiy, Alexander Stepannikov, Maximilian Musselius

Master Data Management Few mln $ at the touch of a button.
Time has come to use the common Master Data Pools. Introducing iCat - Master Data pool of ECR Community in Russia.

Синхронизация мастер- данных: миллионы долларов одним кликом.
В России настало время для использования единого электронного каталога. Представляем iCat - каталог мастер данных сообщества ECR.

Speakers/Докладчики:

  • Ivan Gadze, Director Logistics and Supply Chain, Konzum Croatia
  • Valerian Dunin-Barkovskiy, Master Data Manager CEEMEA, Kraft Foods; 
  • Alexander Stepannikov, MSYS BPE Supplier Collaboration, Metro Systems; 
  • Maximilian Musselius, Executive Director, ECR-Russia;
Presentations/Презентации:


  

GDSN Standard Package Measurement Tolerances Best Practice Guidelines

2010.12.02

Publication Date: 2006
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Procter & Gamble, Conair, GS1, General Mills, 1-Sync, Kimberly Clark Co., Wegmans, GS1 US, GS1 Mexico, Kraft Foods
Author: Bud Babcock, Scott Brown, Justin Childs, Carol Edison, Jackie Jones, Carol Meyer, Brad Papietro, Rich Richardson, Gabriel Sobrino, Steve Vazzano, Mary Wilson, Peter Zaepfel


The purpose of this manual is to share with the GDSN trading partner community a recommended set of best practices and guidelines around the use of standard tolerances, which define allowable variations between stated (synchronized) and measured (actual) physical product dimensions of a trade item. These recommendations are based on the work of approximately 25 companies that comprised the GDSN Data Accuracy Task Force. These companies spent one year conducting deep analysis of internal best practices in conjunction with an industry discovery pilot that utilized data from real life supply chains.

This manual provides clarification and recommended practices for utilizing tolerances properly in the context of maintaining accurate dimensional data for products. It also supports the recommendations identified in the GS1 Data Quality Framework published in 2005. It can be located on the GS1 website at:

http://www.gs1.org/productssolutions/gdsn/implementation/data_quality.html

This manual is not intended to be a technical manual, nor does it intend to provide rules for publication of data through GDSN. GS1 Member Organizations provide excellent training and information on interpreting and applying the package measurement rules, which form the foundation for accuracy of physical dimensional data. In addition, many GS1 Member Organizations provide services to audit product data and communicate the results between trading partners. Additional details regarding the rules for package measurement can be found in the GDSN Package Measurement Rules which can be located on the GS1 website at:

http://www.gs1.org/services/gsmp/kc/gdsn/index.html

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GDSN Package Measurement Rules GS1 Standards Document

2010.12.02

Publication Date: 2010
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: n/a


This document establishes rules for the global, unambiguous definition of nominal measurement attributes of product packaging to facilitate communication of the same for retail and non-retail products from the consumer unit to the case level and all intermediate packaging levels in between. These rules are intended to provide a consistent, repeatable process to determine measurements for a given product package; and may not represent the “as merchandised” or shelf orientation of the product. Any, more restrictive, local regulations governing the measurement of either weight or dimensions take precedence over these specifications.

When a new Global Trade Item Number™ (GTIN™) is assigned to a trade item, it is essential that the party allocating the number, normally the manufacturer, provide detailed information to trading partners about the characteristics of the new trade item. This information should be provided as soon as possible before the product is actually traded and should include details such as brand name, net weight, packaging materials, etc, and package measurements.
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GDSN Package Measurement Rules Implementation Guide

2010.12.02

Publication Date: 2010
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Europe
Publication Type: Bluebook
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: n/a
Author: n/a


The purpose of this document is to provide guidance and support to the person(s) responsible for implementation of the Package Measurement Rules within their company. It supports the recommendations identified in the GS1 Data Quality Framework which is published in 2005. This manual is not intended to be a technical manual, nor does it intend to provide rules for publication of data through GDSN. The information is based on the real world experiences of users. You will find helpful hints, tips, pitfalls to avoid and suggestions for the development of the measurement and reporting process in your company.

Important: It is important to note that this document in no way takes the place of or supersedes the GDSN Package Measurement Rules. The GDSN Package Measurement Rules should always be your first source for Package Measurement information.

This document also provides guidance for the proper use and application of standard tolerances, as defined in the Package Measurement Rules. The section numbering of this document adheres closely to that of the Package Measurement Rules, making it easy to reference back and forth between the two documents. Adherence to the practices identified in this document is a first step to establishing and maintaining a data quality management system, as referenced in the GS1 Data Quality Framework.

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ECR Baltic Forum ‘08. Master Data Item Synchronization – basement for all EDI

Zolotarjova 2010.11.16

Publication Date: 2008
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR Baltic
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: Sinfos, SA2|WORLDSYNC, ETK
Author: Jürgen Staeder, Rene Jakobson

Jürgen Staeder (SA2|WORLDSYNC) & Rene Jakobson (ETK)
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ECR AP Forum ‘10. Product Data Quality – the Game Changer to Success in Retailing

ECR Asia Pacific 2010.10.19

Publication Date: 2010
Publication Language: English
Publication Country/Region: ECR India
Publication Type: Presentation
Publisher: n/a
Companies involved: GS1 India
Author: Mr Ravi Mathur


Mr Ravi Mathur, Chief Executive Officer, GS1 India



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