Hotel and restaurant sector work plan
GS1 Colombia, representative in Colombia of GS1 Global for the implementation of communications and identification standards, for the purpose of extending practices that have proven successful in other countries is suggesting the following work plan for this sector:
Improving the efficiency of the institutional channel's value chain through the implementation of best practices in logistics, identification and coding
- Establish the state-of-the-art for the hotel and restaurant sector in regard to logistics and the value chain, including a qualitative analysis of processes and quantitative benchmarking of the indicators defined by the work group established for this purpose.
- Define work opportunites for the improvement of logistics and the value chain in the sector, prioritized according to the joint interests of the work group.
- Define best practices and standards to be implemented in the sector.
- Generate momentum in the market for the purpose of fostering the adoption of the work plan defined.
- Development and documentation of local business cases.
- Work meetings with leaders from the sectors that are a part of the value chain: Distributors and, in general, vendors of products and services, Hotels and Restaurants.
- Presentation by GS1 Colombia of sucess cases in the sector in matters related to Logistics, value chain and identification and communications standards.
- Collection of information performed by each company starting from surveys designed in hand with the work group and under the guidance of GS1 Colombia.
- Single point definition of indicators to be measured and the manner in which they will be calculated. Calculation of the above by each company.
- Single point recording of the information and benchmarking by GS1 Colombia. Presentation of results and initial proposals for best practices to the work group.
- General training on the various work themes identified as opportunities.
- Individual work at the request of each company with associated value according to the project requested.
- Presentation of sector success cases.
- Qualitative and quantitative benchmarking.
- General training on themes identified as opportunities.
- Standards and best practices to be used in each country.
For the purpose of generating large-scale results, participation is encouraged from companies in the following categories:
- - Large distributors who service the institutional sector.
- - Paretto of the vendors for these distributors.
- - Paretto of businesses serviced.
- - Transporters and logistics services providers (if applicable).
If you and your company wish to be a part of this group, contact our Communities Development Manager, Leonel Pava at firstname.lastname@example.org