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Data Quality Workgroup GS1 Industry & Standards Event, 19 April 2010, Orlando, Fl.
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 3 Agenda 1.Housekeeping a)Anti-trust cautionAnti-trust caution b)Introduction to the scope of this group c)Approve last meeting’s minutesminutes d)Review of action itemsaction items 2.Data Quality Framework v3.0 a)Introduction to version 3.0 b)Review and resolve comments from the public review c)Motion document for final ratification
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 4 Agenda (Cont’d) 3.Data Quality Framework v3.0 support tools a)Implementation Guides b) Scorecards c)Other collaterals 4.Next steps and release date a)Release of the new DQ Framework Packet b)Introductory webinars c)Support for member organizations and GDSN-certified data pools (optional) 5.Any other business a)Adjourn
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe Anti-Trust Caution GS1 and the GSMP operate under the GS1 anti-trust caution. Strict compliance with anti-trust laws is and always has been the policy of GS1. The best way to avoid problems is to remember that the purpose of the committee is to enhance the ability of all industry members to compete more efficiently. Participation is voluntary, we are governed by the Agenda. This means: There shall be no discussion of prices, allocation of customers, products or market share If any participant believes the group is drifting toward impermissible discussion, the topic shall be tabled until the opinion of counsel can be obtained. The full anti-trust caution is available in the Community Room if you would like to read it in its entirety
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 7 Introduction to the scope of this group Welcome and thank you for your participation!! This is the GS1 Data Quality Workgroup, which has been established to develop the next generation suit of data quality tools for the industry. Our charter defines us as a mission-specific group (i.e. not permanent) focused on the development of the new version of the Data Quality Framework based on the lessons learnt by the industry during 2008/2009’s Data Quality Challenge pilot.
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 8 Introduction to the scope of this group (Cont’d) In concrete, the deliverables we’ve been commissioned with are: Data Quality Framework version 3.0 In Public review and almost ready for final ratification Implementation Guides for the Data Quality Framework v3.0 Draft version currently 80% complete Self-assessment & Master Data KPIs scorecards Under development concept demo available Training materials for the Data Quality Framework 90 % done, awaiting update based on final deliverables
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 9 Introduction to the scope of this group (Cont’d) Group roster: NameCompany Neil AbneyProcter & Gamble Co. Peter AlvarezGS1 Global Office Andrea AusiliGS1 Italy Laura BenavidesGS1 Colombia Robert BesfordGS1 UK Greg BuckleyPepsiCo Corey CashmereConAgra Foods Enrique CruzHelen of Troy Jan DeneckerGS1 Global Office Daniëlle HoekstraGS1 Netherlands Alan HylerGS1 Global Office Mats JohanssonSCA Varun KapurGS1 India Robin KiddNestle Hanjörg LerchMETRO Group Susie McIntosh-HinsonGS1 Global Office Allard MesUnilever N.V. Anna NilssonGS1 Sweden Rich RichardsonGS1 US Gabriel SobrinoGS1 Global Office Roman StrandGS1 Germany Tanja ThomsenGS1 Germany Gina TomassiPepsiCo Milan VacvalGladson Interactive Fiona van der LindeGS1 South Africa Zoë WilsonBISSELL Homecare, Inc.
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 10 Review of last conference call Approval of the minutes of 29 March 201029 March 2010
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 11 Review of last conference call Review action itemsaction items
Data Quality Framework V3.0
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 13 Introduction to version 3.0 What’s new in v3.0? Completely re-written ! Simplified structure Easier to pick out and use specific sections relevant to the particular circumstances of users Easier navigation Requirements for a data quality management system (DQMSR) translated to concrete, measurable process capabilities Examples and illustrations General updates and upgrades
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 14 Introduction to version 3.0 (Cont’d) What’s still found on 3.0? Self-assessment questionnaire (implementation guides will provide a step by step process for its execution) Product inspection procedure (explained and expanded) Plus relevant (though not mandatory) information has been placed in appendices for reference Crucial processes and capabilities that help organisations improve their data quality and maintain a sustainable good quality data output
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 15 Review and resolve comments from the public review Comments:
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 16 Motion document for final ratification The Data Quality Steering Committee will hold an eBallot to formally ratify the document once all comments have been resolved.
Data Quality Framework V3.0 Support Tools
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 18 Implementation Guides v3.0 Purpose: to provide detailed, step-by-step recommended best practices for the usage of the Data Quality Framework Status: draft version 80% developed Our goal today: Check that all relevant/interesting topics are covered and provide suggestions to improve and complete the draft
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 19 Scorecards Purpose: two Excel-based scorecards that provide a basic degree of functionality to apply the self-assessment scorecard and to measure KPIs for master data Status: Self-assessment scorecard concept demo available (final version pending final DQ Framework content) and KPI Scorecard to be updated (introduction tabs) Our goal today: Introduce scorecards to the group and collect any additional feedback/suggestions on them
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 20 Other collaterals In addition to the tools mentioned earlier, training materials and courses will be soon offered to GS1 Member Organisations and GDSN-Certified Data Pools. These may be re-used in local training offerings. Communications will be sent to inform and educate of the release of the new version. Current materials and website will be updated accordingly.
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 21 Are we missing anything? We’ll be happy to hear any ideas and suggestions about anything else that GS1 can do to help you make the most out of the new Data Quality Framework!
Next Steps and Release Date
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 23 Release date of the new DQ Framework Packet Framework & scorecards : First weeks of May 2010 Implementation guides, full DQF Packet: End of May 2010 Training collaterals: June 2010
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 24 Introductory webinars A series of webinars will be offered to announce the release of the new Data Quality framework and to go on a high-level over the changes. Stay tuned for the dates!!
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 25 Support for GS1 MOs and GDSN- certified Data Pools In parallel a (classroom) training course for the Data Quality Framework is being developed in collaboration with GS1’s Training Department. The training course is aimed to ensure all organisations have the necessary knowledge to help their communities use the Data Quality Framework. The training materials from the course may be re- utilised within local training documentation that GS1 MOs and data pools offer.
Any other business
© 2008 GS1 Growing together by better serving our users around the globe 27 Adjourn Thank you for your valuable participation and controbutions!!
Contact Details Gabriel Sobrino Programme Manager, Data Quality GS1 GDSN, Inc. Avenue Louise 326, bte 10 B-1050 Brussels, Belgium T + 31 20 5113898
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