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© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Industry Engagement Conference theme Creating value together with global standards Collaborative User driven Industry Engagement – the first step in the process
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Industry Engagement Focus Industry plans – 1YP, 3 YP and Road Maps Development of Statements of Business Need (SBN) across GS1 –Integrated and aligned approach across all areas Statement of Business Need Comprehensive template captures –Business justification –Relevant process flow –Problem / Opportunity analysis –Success measures –Commitment to implement –Cost and resource requirement
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards GS1 Organization Industry Engagement and EPCglobal Chris Adcock Industry Engagement and EPCglobal Chris Adcock Retail Value Chain and Consumer Goods (Ian Robertson) Retail Value Chain and Consumer Goods (Ian Robertson) Healthcare Ulrike Kreysa Healthcare Ulrike Kreysa Transport and Logistics / Other Sectors Ian Robertson Transport and Logistics / Other Sectors Ian Robertson Industry Solutions (Mob Com, Traceability, Sustainability) Diane Taillard Industry Solutions (Mob Com, Traceability, Sustainability) Diane Taillard Customer Service, Training and Education David Buckley Customer Service, Training and Education David Buckley GDSN Industry Engagement Pete Alvarez GDSN Industry Engagement Pete Alvarez Product Recall John Keogh Product Recall John Keogh
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Industry Engagement Overview Retail Value Chain IUG, leadership team and work groups established (packaging, food chain, mobile commerce, security, supply chain, consumer electronics) Close linkage and liaison with The Consumer Goods Forum is essential Healthcare 1.AIDC application standards 2.Traceability in Healthcare 3.GDSN Healthcare 4.Public Policy 5.Focal point for industry, collaborative work with stakeholders Transport and Logistics Integrated strategy development – Q4 2010 LIM – consistent progress 5
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Industry Engagement Overview Transport & Logistics APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) 21 members, 54% world GDP, 44% of world trade Meeting September 19, Sendai, Japan Objectives 1. Sharing awareness of the importance of Supply Chain Visibility within APEC economies. 2.Sharing economies and organizations efforts for developing Supply Chain Visibility among APEC. 3.Confirming the importance of APEC cooperation aiming at utilizing international standards to secure connectivity. Interoperability among standards is key issue for supply chain visibility. We need to fit together with those standards in order to meet the requirements of APEC economies 6
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Industry Engagement Overview Industry Solutions Traceability – GTS standard, conformance, linkage to TCGF Global Food Safety Initiative Mobile Commerce – global user and stakeholder group focused on extended packaging and mobile coupons Sustainability – supporting TCGF Global Packaging project with GS1 standards Product Recall Product Recall standards development and interoperability Provide service through GS1 Member Organizations if required Support initiatives of TCGF and the NWWT (New Ways of Working Together) 7
© 2010 GS1 Creating value together with global standards Industry Engagement Overview GDSN Driving and supporting industry to adopt and actively implement GDSN Customer Service, Training and Education The unsung heroes! Education, help desk and FAQ to enable 108 GS1 Member Organizations to support local industries Training to consistently improve knowledge and skills 8
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