bodrum escort
deneme bonusu cevrimsiz bonus deneme bonusu bonus veren siteler ─░llegal bahis siteleri
erotik film
hardcore italian porn loiras peladas e gostosas mejicanas cojiendo real
bonus veren siteler
bodrum escort
sex izle
film izle film izle casino siteleri tipobet giris
Search

Sectors

Retail


GS1's work has been significant in this sector. This is the industry where the consumer can most easily feel the uses of the system due to barcode readers at the POS.

GS1's work began 40 years ago on standardizing how products should be identified in value chains to give an article a single name without considering the site where it is located. In this manner, a contribution was made to facilitate the processes between business partners. Likewise, for the purpose of allowing automatice reading of this identification, GS1 standardized the patterns on barcodes to be printed at different product and packaging levels.

Today, this identificación is the basis for providing visibility and allowing the efficient flow of products for retail businesses and their vendors. From this, a large amount of information is generated in the POS systems at points of sale, facilitating the processes for restocking, demand planning and the activities associated with this flow of products, such as order generation and invoicing, among others.

As can be seen, the identification also takes part in the electronic flow of commercial documents, whose structure was also standardized by GS1, thereby facilitating electronic commerce and the processing of large volumes of information that is exchanged in the sector, from product coding at the retail level, to invoice payment associated to product deliveries.

Today, automated information capture continues developing to include other alternatives, such as radiofrequency identification, which can be used in devices which in turn automatically control inventories and theft.

Additionally, due to the relevant development of connectivity and the presence of a consumer that constantly seeks more information on line and demands that it be high in quality for decision-making and their own security, GS1 developed standards for maintaining the quality of data handled on databases and for traceability.

In the development of these standards, GS1 Global works with committees where representatives from large companies in the industry, and nationally, in our country, GS1 Colombia has Work Groups that collaborate to validate the standards proposed, perform initial implementations and facilitate the development of guides for the domestic market.

In the development of these standards, GS1 Global works with committees where representatives from large companies in the industry, and nationally, in our country, GS1 Colombia has Work Groups that collaborate to validate the standards proposed, perform initial implementations and facilitate the development of guides for the domestic market.

Beyond standards and under this philosophy, work groups have historically always been on hand for work on ECR (Efficient Consumer Response), for the purpose of defining best practices for service and cross-cutting opportunities to all the industry; and work groups that have defined standards for palletization and, today, baskets.

Among the latest efforts begun in this sector: Databar, a barcode system that seeks to facilitate identification of products with very small print areas and the extension of barcodes to categories such as fresh foods; the collaborative work with the NFC, that seeks to contribute GS1's experience in the use of standards in new realities, such as the intense use of mobile telephony; and the definition of the use of GS1 standards in recall processes.

GS1 DataBar
GS1 & NFC
GS1 Recall solution