2012 - GS1 Jordan

Report
MEMA
Regional Forum 2012
Amman, October 3rd , 2012
Agenda
• GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities 2012-2015
• OGSM 2012/2013 Update
• GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities 2012-2015 (Details)
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Strengthen The Core
Become a Key Player in the Connected World (internet)
Winning and Engaging New Strategic Sectors
Step Change Brand Awareness
Continue Developing a World Class, Interdependent
Organization
• GS1 Management Board
• The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF)
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities
2012-2015
Top 5 Priorities 2012/15 – MB Approved
1. Continue strengthening our Core: providing Excellent Service to our
Core Strategic Sectors (Retail, Healthcare, and Transport & Logistics)
by driving the GS1 System (AIDC, eCom, GDSN, and EPC)
2. Become a key player in the connected world (internet) by:
• Business-to-Consumer (B2C)
• Data Quality (DQ)
• Visibility
3. Winning and engaging New Strategic Sectors
4. Step-change GS1 Brand Awareness by implementing the new Brand
Architecture
5. Continue developing a world-class, interdependent organisation
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Driving Momentum Together
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GS1 2012/13 OGSMs
OGSM Q1 Update – Where-to-Play
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OGSM Q1 Update – How-to-Win
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities
2012-2015
Top 5 Priorities 2012/15 – MB Approved
1. Continue strengthening our Core: providing Excellent Service to our
Core Strategic Sectors (Retail, Healthcare, and Transport & Logistics)
by driving the GS1 System (AIDC, eCom, GDSN, and EPC)
2. Become a key player in the connected world (internet) by:
• Business-to-Consumer (B2C)
• Data Quality (DQ)
• Visibility
3. Winning and engaging New Strategic Sectors
4. Step-change GS1 Brand Awareness by implementing the new Brand
Architecture
5. Continue developing a world-class, interdependent organisation
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Driving Momentum Together
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities:
1. Strengthening the Core
AIDC Data Carrier
Strategy (2020)
AIDC Data Carrier Adoption
Trends
Mature deployment for EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14
Trending adoption of GS1 DataBar on Fresh Foods
Trending adoption for GS1 DataMatrix in Healthcare
Promotion of RFID in EAS applications
Promotion of 2D for B2C Extended Packaging
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Implementer’s View
AIDC Data Carrier Adoption Today
Mature Deployment / Early Deployment
AIDC Carrier by Use Case
Fixed Measure Consumer
Items
Variable Measure
Consumer Items
B2C Extended
Packaging
General Retail Consumer
Items
EAN/UPC
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataMatrix,
GS1 QR Code
General Retail Distribution
Scanning Only
EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14
GS1 DataBar
GS1-128, GS1 DataBar
NA
Regulated Healthcare
Retail Consumer Items
EAN/UPC, GS1 DataMatrix,
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataMatrix, GS1
DataBar
GS1 DataMatrix
Regulated Healthcare NonRetail Consumer Items
EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14,
Composite Comp., GS1
DataBar, GS1 DataMatrix
GS1-128, GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataMatrix
GS1 DataMatrix
Regulated Healthcare
Distribution Scanning Only
EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14,
GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataMatrix
EAN/UPC, GS1-128,
ITF-14, GS1 DataBar
GS1 DataMatrix
NA
Non-Retail (e.g.: Industrial
Commercial, Food Service)
EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14,
GS1 DataBar
GS1-128
GS1 DataBar
NA
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AIDC Data Carrier Adoption
Challenges
Management
1. Sunrise vs. Driving Adoption
• Be aligned that GS1 cannot set sunrise dates for a carrier. GS1 can
actively promote a carrier for an application but adoption is a mutual
agreement of trading partners
• Be aligned on new carriers and existing sunrise dates (e.g. DataBar in ‘14)
2. Common AIDC Investment Direction
• Ensure MOs provide common AIDC investment advice to industry
Research and Development
3. POS Technology Gap for FMCG
• Resolve POS Technology Gap to provide “dynamic data” (expiry dates,
serial numbers) in AIDC on all POS products
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Bar Code
Conformance
Bar Code Conformance
OGSM Measure FY12/13
Status
Complete 1D Test Center deployment in 10 EU MOs plus New
Zealand and Australia by December 2012
On target
Objective
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Complete 1D Test Center deployment in 12 MOs by December 2012
Status
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Approved: GS1 Starting and Managing GS1 Bar Code Verification Service
Guideline
In eBallot: GS1 Bar Code Verification Process Guideline
Issues
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None
Next Steps
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Update Conformance Training Materials and Marketing/Communications
Draft AIDC Test Plan to analyze current Bar Code minimums (if too restrictive)
Complete 3rd Party Accreditation Proposal
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GS1 Bar Code Conformance 3Y Plan
2012
2013
2014
Update
Standards
1D
Conformance
Complete
Guidelines
Training &
Marketing
Updates
2D
Conformance
Deploy
12 MOs
Accreditation
Proposal
Verifiers
Available
Approve
New
Standards
Validate
Current Bar
Code Minimum
Specifications
Ratified standard or work finalized
Deploy
12 MOs
Complete
Guidelines
Accreditation
Proposal
Training &
Marketing
Updates
Draft
Plan
Complete testing & initiate
Standards Updates
Work in progress or planned
Update
Standards…
Work requested by MOs
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eCom
GS1 eCom Update
Objective
• Execute GS1 eCom Strategy
Progress
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GS1 XML
• eCom Major Release 3 – ratified and published
• Support material published
• GS1 XML Technical User Guide Release 3
• Standard Business Document Header (SBDH) Version 1.3 Technical
Implementation Guide
• Transport management implementation guide
Deployment projects launched with 6 MOs (see O2C update)
Issues
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No current issues
Next Steps
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EANCOM 2002 Edition 2012 (End 2012)
AS4 Protocol guideline & profile, incl. update of AS2 guide (2013)
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XML 3.1 incl. Intelligent Packaging (2012) and Warehousing (2013)
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eCom implementation trends
GS1 eCom adoption 2005 - 2011
120000
100000
80000
Web EDI
60000
GS1 EANCOM
GS1 XML
40000
20000
0
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Forecast
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Order-to-Cash Deployment
OGSM Measure FY12/13
Status
Deployment completed from 6 to 8 MOs by June 2013
On target
Objective
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Increase GS1 eCom adoption in Order-to-Cash by providing MOs with best
practices in local deployment
Progress
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6 MOs engaged in deployment phase (GS1 Belgium, Chili, Brazil, Italy, China,
South Africa)
Regional training in Chile in May 2012
Issues
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None
Next Steps
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On-going support to MOs in deployment phase (training, marketing plan,
implementation support)
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Regional training in China in Fall 2012
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GDSN
GDSN Operations and Strategy Execution
Objective
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Execute GDSN 2012 / 2013 OGSM
Progress
• 10+ Million items registered
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(+21% over last year, FY start: July 1, 2011)
24,610 trading partners registered (+22% over last year, FY start: July 1, 2011)
153 countries; 30 certified DPs
GPC: 8.71+ Million GTINs in Global Registry coded with GPC (87%)
Country Expansion Programme for Healthcare – In Progress
Data Quality Strategy Renewal – In Progress
Issues
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None at this time
Next Steps
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Maintenance Release 5 and GPC – Deployment to Production October 2012
Major Release and Certification Event (Modular Item) – Dates TBD via Network
Deployment Strategy
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EPCglobal Update
EPC Update (1/2)
OGSM Measure FY12/13
Status
EPC BoG approval of new EPCglobal OGSM by June 2013
On Target
Objective
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Drive adoption of EPCglobal Standards, focusing on 2 key sectors (Apparel and T&L)
Progress
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Extensive adoption of EPC in Apparel and General Merchandise driven by Wal-Mart
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Strong focus on Item-Level tagging at source
(Re-)launch of Apparel, Fashion & Footwear User Group
NFC Forum: MoU signed and in implementation phase
EPC Board extension with 5 new Governors : GS1 Canada, Macy’s, Gerry Weber, DHL
& C&A.
EPC IP Subcommittee: Extensive work to re-examine Round Rock patents in the U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office (PTO).
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GSMP
GSMP Update
1. Merge of old GSMP and EPCglobal standard
development processes completed
2. New communication and educational materials
available on-line (full transparency of project status to
users and MOs)
3. Start of GSMP Best In Class project to be completed
in June 2013
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GSMP Membership
as of 30 June 2012
Total Company
Participation
New GSMP
Additional Companies
Operating only in Former
GSMP Groups
Total Company
Participation
Dec 31,
2011
March 31,
2012
June 30,
2012
245
268
284
65
0
(5 groups)
8
(1 group)
310
276
284
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GLN Registries
Framework
GLN Registries Framework
OGSM
• GLN Registry Framework Pilot Project Report by March 2013
Progress
Project will develop a global solution to connect all GLN (Global
Location Number) registries to enable users the look up of GLN and
basic party information from any other registry
• Global Index data attributes have been Agreed
• Pilot Global Index development - Completed
• Pilot infrastructure has been Agreed
• Phase 1 Pilot, Columbia, US – Completed
• Other MOs welcome for pilot work through early December
• Pilot Period / pilot activities complete by early December 2012
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GLN Registry Pilot
Input from GS1 US and GS1
Colombia
GLN Registries Interoperability Pilot
Phase 1
Pilot Purpose:
• Prove interoperability of GLN Registries model using a Global Index
Pilot Participants Profiles:
• GS1 Colombia
• 14,601 items in GLN Registry
• Supporting the Retail, Manufacturer, Healthcare and other 23 sectors
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GS1 US
• 390,000 items in GLN Registry
• Supporting the Healthcare sector
• On average 68 GLN additions and 62 GLN changes daily
Pilot Criteria & Execution:
• Use of existing standards; no standards development
• Tested GLN attribute registration, modification, search query and response
• All attributes were required to be registered and returned in GLN query
responses
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GLN Registries Phase 1 Pilot
Pilot Findings Phase 1:
• GS1 US and GS1 Colombia executed test plan twice during pilot week
• Success in proving pilot model design; can interoperate GLN Registries
using Global Index
• Response times for pilot test cases within expected range
Pilot Key Learnings:
 Key Focus placed on searching against Global Index
• Case Sensitivity will need to addressed with a broader group; should it
be on or off?
– International phone number format; Organization names, street, city,
country etc.?
• Data consistency is outside of the scope of this project; would be
discussed as part of the production operations of this service
Seeking additional Member Organization participation during
Pilot Period
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GLN Registries Next Steps
Pilot
• Execute additional pilot activity through December 2012
• Prepare Pilot Report in Q1 CY 2013
Production Technology
• Within the GLN Registry Group
– Determine which technical learnings will carry forward to production
technical design
– Formalize discussion of technical options for inclusion of MO issued
GLNs within the GLN Registry Group
Production Business Issues
• Address within GLN Registry Group and escalate business
decisions to GS1 GO LT and governance
• Form GLN Registry Data Quality committee to develop best
practices, education, communications and audit approach
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MO Deployment Kits
MO Deployment Kits
Order to Cash
Bar Codes in Retail
Solution Providers
Building partnerships to enable GS1
Standards Implementations
Food Traceability
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Fresh Foods
Transport Management36
Contents
• The MO Deployment Kits summarise the experience
and best practices from GS1 MOs worldwide, including
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Market understanding
Surveys
Creating partnerships
Developing a marketing plan
Supporting users in the implementation phase
Measuring success
Marketing collateral (case studies reference documents)
Technical information
Training tools
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MO Contributors and GO Owner
MO Contributors
GO Owner
O2C
GS1 GER, FR, US, UK, BEL,
SP, MEX, SWE, IT, NL, JP, AUS,
ARG
Anders Grangard/Nora Kaci
Bar Codes in Retail
GS1 FR, UK, NZ, NIGERIA,
IND, COL, SLO, MALAY, US,
MEX, RU, SAUDI A., CA
David Buckley
Solution Providers Programme
GS1 AUS, AT, FR, GER, HUN,
IRE, MEX, NOR, SA, SP, SWE,
UK, US
Julio Gaset
Food Traceability
GS1 ARG, BE, BR, CHI, CRO,
FR, GER, HK, IRE, MEX, NZ,
PERU, SA, THAI, US
Carolyn Lee
Fresh Food
GS1 AT, AUS, BELUX, BR, CA,
FR, IRE, KO, NL, PO, SA, UK,
US
Greg Rowe
Transport Management
GS1 SWE, GER, FR, NL, AUS,
DK, AT, SWIT
Nora Kaci/Audrey Kramer
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities:
2. Become a Key Player in the
Connected World (internet)
GS1 Data Quality
DQ Preamble
• The attached presentation aims to address the
MB and GA request to make DQ a top priority
for GS1 in coming next years. Therefore, the
decisions made at the GA 2012 have been
strengthened
• Due to the new services (e.g. WCO, etc.) that
will be based on existing GS1 registries (GEPIR,
GLN MO Registries, etc.), the scope of the DQ
proposal has been enlarged to include them
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DQ: Objective and Scope
Objective
• Strive for achieving 100% data quality in all GS1 data
Scope
As this is a major undertaking, we will approach by phases.
• Data
• Internal: GEPIR and GLN
• External: GDSN Data Pools and B2C Aggregators
• Attributes
• Product and Party information
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Geographies
Primary focus on AC / G20 countries but open to other countries
Sectors
Consumer Goods and Healthcare
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DQ Internal (MOs): DQ Objective & Plan
Objective: Target 100% data quality in GEPIR and GLN Registries by
end 2014
Plan
1. Develop Best Practices Protocol to clean and update GEPIR and
GLN Registries (GO, March 2013)
2. Clean current data bases:
GEPIR
GLN Registries
AC/G20
Balance
AC/G20
Balance
End 2013
Mid 2014
Mid 2014
End 2014
3. Develop Best practices to add/maintain data for GEPIR and GLN
Registries (GO, June 2013)
4. Run annual DQ audits by external auditors
Funding
Use Global reserves to contribute to this project with a 5% discount on
2013 annual fee (to be paid to each participant MO after successful,
external audited conclusion of the project within due date)
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DQ External (Users): Background
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Multiple Data Crunch reports have shown the low quality of B2B data.
The B2C research also shows similar results
Most Large Enterprises (LE) are not ready to deliver directly quality
data to their trading partners in the next 2-3 years. This represents
major changes in their internal business processes and IT systems.
They provide the data through complex, inaccurate and expensive
alternative systems
Many LEs are sharing product data using the GDSN framework, that
is growing year after year in products and companies
Most LE manufacturers have make clear that they want to provide
their data at their own pace. Most LEs (manufacturers & retailers)
have clearly stated that mandates to suppliers is not the right
approach to get suppliers to join a DQ project
However, there is also an increasing number of non-GDSN data
repositories that host product data used by LEs and SMEs, primarily,
to:
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Store basic product and label information for B2C purposes
Share Basic B2B information (weight and dimensions) for Shelf Planograms
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DQ External (Users): Objectives & Plan (1 of 2)
Objective: Strive for 100% data quality for B2B and B2C applications,
in Consumer Goods and HC by 2015 (?)
Plan
1. Execute DQ strategy agreed at GA 2012
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Leverage the current DQF, collateral and tools to:
– Launch an aggressive awareness, education and marketing
campaign to educate MOs and key stakeholders by training 90% of
TCGF Board Companies on DQF
– Drive alignment of DQ, B2C, GDSN to harmonize messaging
– Enhance and extend all DQ materials by refreshing DQ training,
website and collateral and case studies
2. Propose DQ Measure for TCGF Global Scorecard
3. Renew of the current DQ Strategy and DQF to support B2B2C
(GDSN 12 / 12 OGSM)
4. Ask TCGF Board and HC LT companies to provide achievable dates
to deliver this DQ objective (2015 ?)
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DQ External (Users): Objectives & Plan (2 of 2)
Plan (cont…)
2. AC/G20 MOs to strengthen the basic plan by:
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GDSN users: Making sure they facilitate all users access to the GDSN
framework (via own Data Pool or collaboration with an existing GDSN DP)
Non-GDSN users:
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Sign a strategic collaboration agreement with Non-GDSN key data repositories to
guarantee:
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Use of GS1 attributes
Interoperability with other GS1 framework and, in the future, with the GS1 Global Data
Backbone
Provide data repository services (Aggregator), leveraging existing Aggregators (for
simplicity and cost reasons), for all users that do not want to use the GDSN
framework
Provide data capture & measuring services, directly or indirectly, for B2C (TSD) and
B2B (Shelf Planograms) basic data
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DQ: Next Steps
1. AC Support to:
1. DQ Internal (Internal)
2. DQ External (Users)
2. Get support from Users (GDSN Board and B2C Project
Board) (October 2012)
3. Get support from MB (November 2012)
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B2C
Trusted Source of Data (TSD)
Agenda
• TSD Standards Status
• Global Index Implementation for TSD Framework
• TSD Aggregator Certification
• TSD Framework Naming
• Issues, suggestions & Project Board support
• Q&A
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TSD Standard Prototype
Objective:
Trial TSD Standard Specification to improve the quality of the final
standard.
Aggregator Participants:
1Sync, epcSolutions, GS1 Colombia, GS1 France, GS1 Italy, GS1
Russia,
Timing:
Original completion date Sept 2012 (new date TBD by group)
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Global Index Implementation
for TSD Framework
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TSD Architecture & Framework
Data Pool 1
Data Pool 2
F-ONS
(TSD phase 1)
GDSN
TSD Framework
Global Index
TSD interface
standard
Additional
Brand
Data
Aggregator-Index Query Interface (AIQI)
Aggregator-Index Maintenance Interface (AIMI)
Data
Aggregator 1
3rd Party
Aggregator-Aggregator
Query Interface (AAQI)
Data
Aggregator 2
TSD interface
standard
Additional
Brand
Data
3rd Party
Content
Content
TSD interface
standard
NonBrand Data
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Internet
Application 1
Internet
Application 2
NonBrand Data
TSD Framework Naming
Supported by Project Board
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Objective
• Create a global umbrella name for the Trusted Source of
Data Framework
• Name will describe the framework of data aggregators
providing access to digital product data
• Analogous to GS1 GDSN
GS1 GDSN Framework
GS1 TSD Framework
GS1 TSD Framework
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TSD Framework Naming
• GS1 SOURCE
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Issues & Suggestions
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Issue 1 - Brands are not ready!
• It’s not “we don’t want to”, it’s more like “we can’t”
• Brands do not have the attributes we require in a single
internal database so don’t know how to provide it
• The company representatives on our boards know this
and are delaying because they don’t want to commit to
something they know they can’t deliver
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Issue 2 – TSD is NOT their top priority
• Despite all of the market research and analysis of brand
data on the internet, the project is the top priority for
brands
• Our message to date has focussed on:
• Protection of brand value by providing consumers with
accurate data upon which they base buying decisions –
product data accuracy
• The risk of consumers not buying a product if they are
using an application and the product is “not found” –
product data completeness
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TSD Actions – Proposed to B2C PB
1.
MO’s - Ask board members when they will be in a position to populate the
TSD service on a sustainable basis and local MOs to benchmark what the
companies are currently doing to support B2C requirements of IAPs
Supported by Project Board
2.
MO’s – Ask retailer members who have an existing GDSN mandate with
supplier in force, whether they would be willing to extend the mandate for
their pre-packaged food and beverage suppliers asking them to fill in the
19 nutritional attributes currently supported by their Data Pool by June
2013
NOT Supported by Project Board
3.
MOs - Ask for a mandate from retailers that suppliers send a physical
sample of every new or modified product to the MO or a 3rd party for data
collection before they will list it
NOT Supported by Project Board
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TSD Actions – Proposed to B2C PB
4.
GO & MOs - Utilise the “EU One-Pager” to show that the GS1 TSD is the
easiest and most cost effective solution for brands to comply with the
upcoming EU legislation and use this as a tool to get them to provide data
Supported by Project Board but NOT as a mandate for adoption
5.
GO – organise and help finance a “business pilot” with those Aggregators
who have a critical mass of data in advance of the EU Regulation coming
into force
Supported by Project Board
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Next Steps
1. Participating MOs to contact their board members and
ask:
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When they will be in a position to populate the TSD data in
their country on a sustainable basis
What they are currently doing to support the B2C demands of
IAPs (mobile apps and internet sites)
2. Participating MOs to circulate the EU Legal Impact
Assessment and the one-pager to all relevant members
to try to raise the awareness and priority of the project
3. GO to draft a project plan for the “business pilot” with
Aggregators that feel they will have a critical mass of
data available. Plan to be completed by end of 2012.
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Visibility
Anticounterfeiting
Anti-Counterfeit : The Problem
• Anti-counterfeiting impacts:
• Economy
– Anti-counterfeit trade estimated to reach USD $1.77 trillion by 2015
– G20 member countries lose USD $77.5 billion in tax revenues and
incur an additional USD $25 billion increased cost of crime
– An estimated 2.5 million jobs have been lost, increasing the annual
cost of welfare payments
• Public Health
– Fake tuberculosis and malaria drugs alone are estimated to kill
700,000 people a year
– G20 member countries are reporting 3,000 deaths p.a. due to
counterfeits
• National Security
– counterfeit electronic components in military and defence
equipment pose a national security risk
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Anti-Counterfeit – Identified GS1 risks
Risk to GS1 Core
Analysis
Solution providers extending their
authentication solutions to include
object identity (GTIN role) and track
and trace
Multiple solution providers exists and a lack of
awareness of GS1 is leading to alternate
strategies when GS1 could form core solution
Solution providers comparing anticounterfeit measures (serialization and
secure labels) with a standard GS1
barcode and packaging label
Lack of awareness of GS1 among some big
players leading to alternate strategies
Food industry assigning additional
code for authentication and track and
trace (HarvestMark example)
GS1 losing out on greater role in authentication
and traceability of food - growing in other
sectors
ISO anti-counterfeit group focused on
interoperability of multiple services &
solutions
Multiple solution providers pushing various
methods. GS1’s big pharma not happy with
developments – and working with GO on
interventions
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Anti-Counterfeit – Strategy
Recommendations
What
Examples
Short Term
Engage with anticounterfeiting solution
providers and leverage the
use of GS1 keys and
services in their solution
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WCO IPM
SMS services e.g. for
Pharma
Medium Term
Leverage the EPCIS
network and the rest of the
GS1 system as core
infrastructure requirements
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Hong Kong Consumer
Connect using EPCIS
EPFIA model using
DataMatrix
Remain active in key
standards associations to
ensure that the solutions
they publish are compliant
with GS1 standards
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Long Term
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ISO anti-counterfeit
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Anti-Counterfeit : Short-term
• Expand and support current work with WCO
• Currently:
• Brand-owners (over 400, mainly multi-nationals)
o Provide details of the anti-counterfeit measures used on their products to
an IPM database used by the IPM tool
• WCO
o Augment the product information with examples/pictures of detected
counterfeit products in circulation
– National customs authorities (currently 40)
– Search manually in IPM by entering free text on brand and/or product
• Objective:
• Establish GS1 as a core infrastructure requirement – use the
GTIN as the product key
• Utilise GEPIR + future possibility of ONS, GDSN & TSD
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Anti-Counterfeit : Short-term
• Produce a compendium of Solution Providers operating
anti-counterfeit services by region and provide to MOs
(together with GS1 benefit case) for local engagement
and education.
• Cell phone carriers & Solution providers produce
numerous SMS services, particularly in Africa:
• Airtel & U.S. tech company Sproxil partner to provide a Mobile
Product Authentication™ (MPA™) service. mPedigree have a
similar system
– A scratch-off label is placed on products by the manufacturer or
importer and the code registered in a database
– When consumers purchase a product they scratch off the label to
reveal the unique code
– The code is then keyed in by the consumer, sent via SMS and the
consumer receives a reply indicating whether the product is genuine
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Examples of SMS services in Africa
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Anti-Counterfeit : Medium-term
• Develop and publish integrated solutions with key GS1
members e.g. EU pharma strategy with EFPIA
(European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industry &
Associations) model
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Anti-Counterfeit : Medium-term
• Investigate adapting and expanding GS1 HK solution for
product authentication using only GS1 keys
• Demonstrates integrated solutions with multiple solution providers
• Showcases EPCIS role in Anti-Counterfeit
Brand Owner
GS1 HK – PA Solution
Reports
Authentication Query
EPC Event 1
EPC Event 2
EPC Event 3
Manufacturer/Packer
Serial label printing
Labelling
SMS
Distributor/Retailer
Ship out
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Web
Customer
Sales
Customer
Secure Label Provider
Print Order
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Secure label printing
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Anti-Counterfeit : Long-Term
• Continue work with ISO anti-counterfeit group to ensure
that their draft functional model for interoperable object
identification and authentication services has GS1
standards/services aligned to the process steps
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Anti-Counterfeit – Issues
• Review of EPCIS standards to ensure that they fully
supports the requirements of mass serialisation e.g.
How should we handle Batch/Lot number versus SKU
(work already initiated)
• Proliferation of the use of holograms in various
countries, particularly on pharmaceutical products
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities:
3. Winning and Engaging New
Strategic Sectors
GS1 Transport &
Logistics
T&L - Objective
The Objective of GS1 regarding Transport and
Logistics (T&L) is to improve efficiency and
visibility of the T&L operations of supply chain
stakeholders through the use of GS1 Global
Standards
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GS1 T&L – Key Goals
1.
2.
3.
4.
Adoption of Logistics Identifiers
Adoption of LIM EDI Messages
Adoption of Visibility Standards
Increase Membership through relevant
External Relations activities
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GS1 T&L 11/12 Update
1. Strategy approved
2. Transport messages ratified
3. Transport Management Deployment Kit including
Implementation guideline delivered
4. GS1 T&L MO Interest Group strengthened
5. GS1 Id Keys in T&L position paper ready for GSMP
review
6. Customs Engagement Starter Kit delivered
7. GS1 T&L Online containing engagement support tools
for MOs launched
8. Marketing tools delivered
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Example: GS1 T&L online
• Overview
• Marketing Tools
• Presentation
•
•
•
•
• Steps for
engagement
• How to get Started
• Talking Points
• Customs Engagement Kit
•
GS1 Marketing Framework
Value proposition
Case studies
Brochures
• Training &
Implementation Tools
• Introduction to GS1 T&L
• GS1 eCom (XML & EANCOM) • SSCC Video
Transport & Logistics
• Relevant Standards
Standards
messages
• Logistics Interoperability Modal
(LIM)
• Standard International Logistics
Label (STILL)
See more details in Appendix
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GS1 eSeal
OGSM Measure FY12/13
Status
MB decision to move forward by November 2012
On Nov. MB Agenda
Objective
• GS1 eSeal Implementation Guideline - MB decision to move forward by
November 2012
Status
• Statement of Business Need developed
• Call to Action launched
Issues
•
No User community support
Next Steps
• Cancel GS1 eSeal project
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Collaboration with WCO
• GS1 has a long-time working relationship with the WCO
since both organisations are committed to enabling a
secure, efficient global supply chain
• In 2007, a MoU between GS1 and WCO was signed in
recognition of the wide range of business interest shared
by our organisations.
• Cooperation Agreement between GS1 & WCO signed 4th
Sep 2012 addressing the integration of the GS1 System
into Interface Public-Members (IPM) Anti-Counterfeiting
tool
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WCO IPM Opportunity
The GS1 System enhances Customs ability to accurately identify
unsafe and/or counterfeit goods.
• Interface Public-Members (IPM) is a secured permanent
training and communication tool for the fight against
counterfeiting and piracy
• IPM is a cornerstone tool in the WCO’s anti-counterfeiting
strategy
• Integration of the GS1 System into the WCO’s IPM Anticounterfeiting tool
• Automated access to additional product categories through
GS1 Keys
More information in separate deck on GS1 – WCO IPM Cooperation
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Fresh Foods
Fresh Foods Solutions
OGSM Measure FY12/13
Status
Fresh Foods Integrated Guide published by June 2013
On target
Deployment in 5 MOs by June 2013
On target
Objective
• Fresh Foods Integrated Guide published by June 2013
• Train 5 MOs on Fresh Foods Deployment Kit
Progress
• Statement of Business Need and Work Request completed for Fruit &
Vegetable Master Data Guideline and GTIN Rules enhancements
• GS1 in Europe Training on Deployment Kit 24-25 Sep in Oslo
Issues
•
None
Next Steps
• Fruit & Vegetable Master Data Guideline and GTIN Rules to Public
Review by Dec 2012
• Regional requirements and priorities for Meat, Poultry, and Seafood
identified by Feb 2013 (industry input to FY 2013-14 Business Plan)
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Financial Services
Financial Services Update
• As an output from the G20 Leaders Summit approval
of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) Legal Entity
Identifier (LEI) Expert report which highlights a
federated model, the FSB has commissioned a Private
Sector Preparatory Group (PSPG)
• Provide active co-ordination and collaboration between the public
and private sectors in implementing the global LEI.
• GS1 contributions areas will include governance, operations, and
funding.
• GS1 holds 5 member seats in this group with an additional 5 seats
being held by TCGF companies.
• The PSPG held an initial meeting on 25 July.
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Financial Services Update (2)
• PSPG Members – MOs and member companies
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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GS1 Global Office – Ken Traub
GS1 Germany –Christian Przybilla
GS1 India – Ravi Mathur
GS1 Mexico – Juan Manuel Calderón Alvarado
GS1 UK - Laura Waters
Tim Smucker - J M Smucker Company
Ben Johnson – J M Smucker Company
Chris Nolan - The Coca-Cola Company
Mike Yorwerth - Tesco
Mona Chugh - Nestle
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Financial Services Update (3)
• Next steps
• Next PSPG physical meeting is scheduled to be held on 15-16
October in Basel.
• FSB is striving towards a recommendation in March 2013
• ROC to be formed and the COU BOD named. COU BOD that will
be making decisions about who does what.
• GS1 MO’s providing insight and assistance efforts to educate local
governments and industry stakeholders on how GS1 could play a
role to help.
• GS1 “What If” team continues work to determine how we would
respond should the FSB ask GS1 to fulfill one or more roles in the
proposed global LEI solution.
• Situation remains fluid; not clear how/if consensus will be reached
• Recommendation that GS1 should continue to be involved on a
measured basis.
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities:
4. Step Change Brand
Awareness
GA 2013
&
GS1 40th Anniversary
Celebrating 40 years as
the global language of business
2013 GENERAL ASSEMBLY
KEY CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE 2013 GA
• How can the annual General Assembly become a catalyst for
the GS1 organization to become better prepared for the
future?
• How can the agenda evolve to create a compelling program
with innovative speakers in key areas critical to GS1’s future?
• How does the GA help position GS1 as a global thought leader
that attracts C suite executives for enrichment and dialog?
• How does the GS1 40th Anniversary help frame GS1’s role as
an organization that has been critical to and will be vital for, the
future successes of businesses and industries in the next 40
years?
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CASE FOR CHANGE
• GS1 is at a critical time in its history
• There is tremendous change happening for its
global membership
• Economic, Competitive, Regulatory, Customer &
Consumer
• Technology, Data Integrity, Mobility
• Disruptive Influences
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THE 40 TH ANNIVERSARY PROVIDES
THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR
GS1 TO SET THE STAGE FOR WHAT
IT CAN ACHIEVE IN THE NEXT 40
YEARS
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CASE FOR CHANGE
• How does GS1 succeed in the next 40 years?
Business and industry
will continue to change
through innovation making
it necessary for GS1 to
evolve with its customers.
INNOVATION
GLOBALIZATION
Business has become
global creating an
even greater need for
GS1 Standards to be the
common language
for business.
INTERDEPENDENCY
In a fast moving world
where change is constant,
leadership will be critical
to remain relevant.
LEADERSHIP
EMERGING
OPPORTUNITY
New markets offer
opportunity and the need
for GS1 Standards ensure
that future marketplaces
will continue to thrive
wherever they exist.
GS1 Standards enable business and industry to seamlessly move and
source products and services around the world. Global commerce will
continue to rely on GS1 Standards, and GS1 Member Organizations need
to work together as one to move business and industry forward.
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CASE FOR CHANGE
ONE VOICE
• Beginning in May 2013 through all of 2014, GS1 can leverage its rich
history to build awareness and on its first credibility for its future.
• The 40th Anniversary offers the opportunity to be the milestone that is
leveraged to re-establish GS1’s relevance globally.
• Maximizing the 40th Anniversary opportunity will require a unified
effort for GS1 as a whole (Global Office + MO’s) to “speak with one
voice”.
THE NEXT 40 YEARS
• GS1 Member Organizations need to work together as one to move
business and industry forward.
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STRUCTURE CHANGE TO GA AGENDA
GOAL: To provide an engaging and thought-provoking program for GS1 MO’s
and C suite guests and attendees.
HOW:
• Dynamic keynote speakers to focus on Innovation, Globalization,
Leadership, Emerging Markets and Interdependency rounding out the
importance of these company priorities.
• Optional, off-site field trips to view/tour distribution centers, headquarters,
and manufacturing plants of top nearby companies
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ENHANCED AGENDA AT A GLANCE
MONDAY
Morning
Board Committee for Standards
Meeting
Optional Group Field Trip: Macy’s
Distribution Center
Afternoon
Opening Plenary
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
General Assembly:
Official Business
Optional Group Field Trip:
Bloomingdale’s Retail visit
before opening to showcase
RFID item level tagging
MO Recognition &
Closing Plenary
Optional Hollywood Tour
Guest Speaker: Sir Ken Robinson
(topic: innovation)
Guest Speaker: Noreena Hertz
GS1 Panel: US, EU, China
(topic: globalization/economy)
Management Board Meeting
Evening
TUESDAY
Optional Group Field Trip:
McKeeson hosted visit to a
pharmaceutical or healthcare
center
Guest Speaker: Marshall Goldsmith
(topic: leadership)
Guest Speaker: Gary Kovacs
Panel: GS1 US Emerging Markets
Reps
(topic: Emerging Digital World)
Keynote Speaker: Muhtar Kent
President & CEO, Coca-Cola
Welcome Reception Cocktail
Presidents / CEOs Session
Joint Boards Dinner
Gala Dinner
Optional Networking Dinner
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GA 2013
HIGH-LEVEL PITCH
• In 1973 industry leaders selected a single
standard for product identification, known
today as the GS1 bar code
• Today, the GS1 System of standards
provides unique identification that can be
used anywhere in the world. Key benefits for
the business include better visibility,
efficiency, and security
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CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVE
The 40th Anniversary provides the perfect opportunity for GS1 to set
the stage for what it can achieve in the next 40 years
• Use and leverage this historical milestone to develop and
launch a 1-year global marketing campaign:
• Step-change GS1 brand awareness
• Underline the benefits of using our standards and solutions
• Target:
• C-levels and supply chain experts from companies in our core
and new sectors
• Media / Focused press (locally)
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CAMPAIGN STRATEGY
• Build and deploy a Global Marketing & PR plan to be leveraged in
all MOs
•
Marketing Kit (anniversary logo and web animation, corporate
presentation, promotional micro-website videos, users’ testimonials,
merchandising, email signature, digital templates and artwork, etc)
•
PR kit (impactful messaging, PR dissemination guidelines and
recommendations, high-level pitch, storylines, B-roll, talking points, FAQs,
etc)
• Create opportunities to get Board Members companies involved
and support the campaign (high level users testimonials videos,
ad…)
• Global campaign virtual kick-off on Apr 3rd, 2013
• Kick-off worldwide celebrations at the GA 2013 (20-23 May in LA)
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40TH ANNIVERSARY MERCHANDISE
Concept
Merchandise that celebrates the barcode
and 40th Anniversary
Overview
Expand brand awareness and create an emotional
connection with the GS1 brand by applying the
barcode, barcode designs, and anniversary logo
to merchandise for expanded brand awareness.
Examples include apparel, iPod cover, backpacks,
etc.
NOTE: Universal Site of ‘basic’ merchandising
items (pens, mug, candles, t-shirts, etc) for all MO’s
or individual MO’s can use the artwork to produce
and sell their own items
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ARTIST COMPETITION & AUCTION
Concept
Art that is created using the barcode
Overview
Have artists from around the world consider the
impact of the barcode on their culture and enter
their interpretation in a competition.
Create a digital collection of all entries for MO websites
and customers, and to share with potential MOs.
This would not only celebrate the barcode
itself, but also connect GS1 with a greater cause that
matters to GS1 and its customers.
NOTE: This idea has options. It can be a traveling art show
around the globe, or a localized contest. The winner from each
MOs country could then compete globally. This will be a great tool
to generate PR and media interest.
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LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Concept
An award that recognizes and commemorates
individual(s) that have made very significant
contributions to GS1. This could be a scalable
concept that could be made on both the global and
MO level.
Overview
We are celebrating the UPC barcode's great
achievements because of those who had the vision
and fortitude to pave the way and make it happen.
On behalf of GS1, this award will be presented to
those (external contributor) who've made a
difference in the world of standards.
Recipients will be nominated based on deserved
criteria. This award can be given out annually at the
GA.
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GOOGLE DOODLE
Concept
Google’s name designed with icons/drawings
that allude to the anniversary, celebration of
the barcode, and GS1
Overview
Google has a global presence and known for creating a “doodle” or series of images that
celebrates important events. Google has done a barcode for a previous anniversary; we could
have them celebrate the 40th Anniversary in a new way that would enhance the GS1 brand
and celebrate connectivity on a global platform.
•
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We could possibly do series of doodles over several days that reference the
artist competition and auction.
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HISTORICAL TIMELINE
Concept
Timeline that shows when each MO first
scanned a barcode and what product it was
that had the barcode
Overview
The barcode has a rich history; each country
adopted standards at different times and with
different products. A visual representation of
the timeline of the 111 first scans (products
and dates) in each country could illustrate
the global reach, and depth and breadth
of the barcode’s role over the last 40 years.
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BARCODE SHORT VIDEO
Concept
Exciting video to have available on the website,
media kit, YouTube, opening etcs,
What would the world and supermarkets be
without barcodes?
Overview
The invention of the Universal Product Code
(U.P.C.) barcode nearly 40 years ago
fundamentally changed our world. Created to
speed grocery store check out and improve
inventory management, the U.P.C. laid the
foundation for a technological revolution that
started with a simple barcode.
This short video will highlight the ways in which
barcoding has impacted business and our
world (and vice versa)—and look to the
future with great optimism.
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CUSTOMER SUPPORTED ADS
Overview
Due to the profound impact that the barcode has had, the
opportunity exists to leverage the anniversary to build
awareness. This could come in the form of having companies
acknowledge the impact that GS1 has had over the years.
Considerations could include strategically placed advertising
that is sponsored by member companies as well as creating a
compelling business story that can be released to key media
outlets.
• Full-page ad in a significant newspaper or magazine
that is supported by key companies that are participating
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MO MARKETING TOOLKIT
Concept
Create a kit for international use that MOs can easily adapt for use in local markets
Overview
We will create a complete kit that MOs can take, alter as needed, and release through local outlets.
MOs can use all of the following or only select pieces, as appropriate for their markets:
• Anniversary logo
• Full-page ad where MOs can insert their country-specific copy/graphic
• Celebration ‘footage/testimonials’ edited story for media outlets. This could be the inspirational video
• Digital assets: flash animation for each MO website, newsletter header, email signoff template
• PPT about the anniversary and GS1 milestones (for Board to use, etc.) that MOs can translate
• Promotional web site (explained in following slide)
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PROMOTIONAL SITE
Concept
A microsite dedicated to the celebration of the barcode
for each MO (as a part of the Marketing Toolkit)
Overview
Have one hub of information about the anniversary with
interesting resources and history about the barcode and
its impact throughout the world. Examples of content
could be information about GS1, a history, global and
local press, barcode counter, an inspirational video, and
barcode merchandise. Create a button or banner for
MOs to put on their websites that lead to the
promotional sites.
Counter of Scans
Concept
A counter that records each scan across
the globe in real-time within each promo site
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LOCAL SPECIFIC MARKETING
Easily duplicated ideas for events & advertising
• Car-wraps • Billboards • Floor graphics
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OTHER LOCAL EXAMPLES
GS1 Trivia
Concept
A game where people are tested on their barcode and GS1 knowledge
Overview
Create a game that has players ask each other questions on the 40 year history, GS1,
and use of the barcode and standards around the world.
International Collection
Concept
A basket of products that were first scanned
Overview
Create a basket of products that were first scanned at
checkout. Different baskets could be created throughout
the year to commemorate categories of products
or industries. This is an idea that can be customized
per country for a localized marketing effort.
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MO PR TOOLBOX
Concept
The PR toolbox will consist of a kit for international use that MOs can easily adapt for use in local markets
Each GS1 office will have access to the toolbox to implement a local public relations campaign to raise GS1’s brand
awareness.
The tool box will consist of:
• PR Guidelines (how to respond to media inquiries, how to pitch stories to print, broadcast and online
media, how to organize a media event)
• 12 Press releases that will contain the global PR theme and key messages that local MOs can use in their
markets
• Image Library
• Talking Points
• Frequently Asked Questions (media perspective)
• Celebration ‘B Roll’ edited story for broadcast media
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CAMPAIGN TIMELINE (1)
2012
Aug 22, 2012
 Marketing
Network
Webinar
• Share PR and
Marketing plan
• Get MOs
input
Sep 25-27, 2012
 AC
Meeting
• Share
Anniversary plan
• Get AC support
• Create Project
Plan Execution
Team
2013
Nov 6-8, 2012
 MB
Meeting
• Share
Anniversary plan
• Get MB
companies
support
 Inform
ALL MOs
• Share campaign
timeline and
Guidelines
Jan, 2013
 PR
Kit distribution to
MOs:
• Usage guidelines
• Catchy campaign theme
and key messages
• Press kit & Media Guide
• Talking points
• 12 press releases
• FAQs
Feb 18-22, 2013

Dedicated
workshops
at the
Global
Forum
 Marketing
Kit
distribution to MOs:
• Anniversary artworks
• Logo (image + animation)
• Material and collaterals
(video, corporate
presentation, historical
timeline, merchandising,
etc)
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CAMPAIGN TIMELINE (2)
2013
2014
Apr 3, 2013
 Ongoing

Feb, 2014
Jun 26, 2014
MO events and PR activities
PR global and local campaign
Launch
• Google Doodle Day 1 (barcode
artwork)
• Local kick-off events and
activities
• Global + Local press release (1)
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May 20-23, 2013
 GS1
community
Anniversary
celebrations at the
GA
•
•
•
•
Video testimonials
Festive activities
Commemorative gift
Awards…
 Share
campaign
results and
celebrate
achievements at
the Global
Forum
 End
of the
1-year campaign
• Celebrating the
first product
scanned in a
store (Ohio)
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Confirmed MOs with local activities
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GS1 Austria
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GS1 India
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GS1 Australia
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GS1 Italy
•
GS1 BelgiLux
•
GS1 Ireland
•
GS1 Canada
•
GS1 Mexico
•
GS1 China
•
GS1 Sweden
•
GS1 Colombia
•
GS1 UK
•
GS1 Costa Rica
•
GS1 US
•
GS1 Croatia
•
GS1 Denmark
•
Other TBC
•
GS1 Egypt
•
Other TBC
•
GS1 Finland
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GS1 France
•
GS1 HK
Organisations in orange confirmed their participation in the Project Team
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40th Anniversary
• Preliminary US Campaign Plan
• Commemorative Brand – Work in Progress
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Future of Standards
Joint GS1/TCGF/Capgemini
Research
Cap Gemini-GS1-TCGF strategic research
•
Objective: Perform a GS1/TCGF/CG strategic research study aimed at
identifying requirements for supply chain standards and services
•
Target: 50 C-level executives (CEOs or Chief Supply Chain Officers,
CIOs, CMOs, etc.) , of TCGF Board companies designated by the
CEOs
•
Process:
1. TCGF invited their Board members to participate
2. Interviews in June, July, August
3. Research Report in October
4. Presentation to TCGF board (Jose Lopez) in November
•
Costs: €75K paid by GS1
•
Report: Sponsored by GS1, TCGF and Cap Gemini (including logos)
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Initial Findings
Tomorrow’s standards will need to support:
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Consumer demand for product information
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Consumer safety (especially for food products)
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Faster and more open access to point-of-sale (POS) data
Closing the visibility gap the last 50 yards – especially to minimize out of stock
Supply Chain Efficiency
•
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Growing pressure from governments, NGOs and consumers
Consumers want to be able to compare and contrast the sustainability measures for
products from different companies
Full visibility from production to shelf
•
•
•
Providing information on origin and ingredients
Ensuring contamination does not occur
Being able to recall products quickly and easily
Sustainability
•
•
•
Extension of supply chain data to B2C
Pockets of waste can still be eliminated across the value chain by working collaboratively
e.g. less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments/empty trucks, excess inventory
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Leveraging the report
• Leveraging the Report
• The research report will be presented to TCGF and GS1 Board
members in November 2012
• Marketing material will be developed for MOs
–
–
–
–
One-page flyer
Press release
PPT and talking points
Video from Capgemini
• Articles in GO newsletters
• Webinar for MOs with Capgemini
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GS1 Healthcare
White Paper
= Today
McKinsey White Paper Project
Timelines
 Review work completed to-date
 Conduct interviews of senior
executives across industry
 Develop data request templates
 Assess potential for building
business case with existing data
 Conduct additional analytics if
necessary
 Develop case studies of
successful global standards
implementations
• Launch data collection
with industry
participants
• Collect templates and
analyze results
• Verify collected data if
possible
• Complete development
of public health case
• Launch data analysis
• Complete quantification
of business case
• Launch development
of public health case
• Develop communication
for senior executives
• Launch business case
quantification
• Develop high-level
roadmap for industry
adoption
• Assess mechanisms for
increasing adoption
•
Deliverables
• Assessment of work completed
to-date
• Summary of interview findings
• Data request templates
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• Completed data
request
• Key findings from
industry data
gathering
CONFIDENTIAL
• White Paper directed to
C-suite audience on
benefits of global
standards adoption in
Healthcare
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McKinsey White Paper
Communication Plan
Marketing Tools for MOs
Communication Channels
•
White Paper Brochure
(full document)
•
White Paper to be released to
Tier 1 media by McKinsey
•
Collateral: White Paper leaflet
(2 pager summary)
•
White paper published on
McKinsey and GS1 websites
•
Talking points for MOs to be
issued prior to GS1 healthcare
conference
•
White Paper integrated in GS1 &
McKinsey Newsletters
•
Global Webinar to be presented
by McKinsey for MOs and users
•
MOs Roadshows with McKinsey
speakers and healthcare
stakeholders as available
•
PPT for oral presentations
•
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•
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Short version for presentations
Long version for training
Video of stakeholders and
McKinsey
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Global Standards in Healthcare White Paper
by McKinsey – Communication Plan Timeline
Aug-Oct 12
Nov 12-Jan 13
Feb 13-onwards
2 3Oc t o b e r
•
•
•
•
•
Finalisation White Paper
by McKinsey
Mktg MO Expert group
created
Marketing Toolkit
aligned
Interview Katy George
(McKinsey) – teaser prior
to Conference
MOs to identify Tier 1
newspapers and select
trade and local media for
McKinsey outreach
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•
24 Oct:
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–
•
White Paper Brochure
available for MOs
2 Pager Flyer of WP
PPT short version available
Publication White Paper
and online promotion of
WP on GS1 and McKinsey
websites & newsletters
•
Global Forum presentation
by McKinsey to promote
White Paper
•
GO to Train MOs on content
of White Paper (long version
PPT)
•
Stakeholder’s video
•
Local Roadshows by
McKinsey for MOs.
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31 Local Healthcare user groups
driving adoption of GS1 standards worldwide
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Australia
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Austria
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Belgium and Luxemburg
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Brasil
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Canada
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Colombia
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Denmark
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France
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Germany
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Italy
•
Japan
•
Jordan
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Macedonia
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Malaysia
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Morocco
Netherlands
New Zealand
Portugal
Russia
Serbia & Montenegro
Singapore
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
UK
US
Missing AC MOs
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China
Croatia
Hong Kong
India
Mexico
Poland
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GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities:
5. Continue Developing a
World Class, Interdependent
Organization
CONFIDENTIAL
Internal Compliance
Committee
1. Update on Governance &
Proposed Actions
Governance: Actions to date: Summary
 Actions:
 All MOs with issues contacted (except those that are part of the
government)
 Focused on 7 priority MOs + Singapore
 Several MOs promised changes in Governance and Branding
 Excellent response to request to send Auditor’s letter (AL)
 Status:
 Governance: 14 MOs with outstanding issues
 Branding: 9 MOs not yet fully compliant
 Auditor’s letter: 13 MOs still need to send their letter
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Governance Update
• Overall, progress has been positive - see before.
• Several issues have however appeared when asking for changes in
Governance in organisations which are not independent (e.g. part of
Chamber):
• Separate legal entity created but owned by the mother organisation
• User Board created but without decision power
• User Board created with non GS1 users - members of the mother organisation
• Audit reports are sent but with doubts on their content (no separate
accounting)
 Conclusion: GS1 current rules and regulations do not enable the ICC to
enforce governance changes in these MO’s if the mother
organisation is not cooperating in good faith
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Next Steps
• Clarify, in GS1 Statutes and Internal Regulations, the definitions
and wording which leaves room for interpretation (requires GA
approval)
• E.g: “Not-for-profit” = Income of MO only used to further the aims &
objectives of the MO and no distribution of MO revenue/profit to
members, Board members, owners and management
• E.g: “User Governed” = MO has a Management Board composed in
majority of GS1 user companies (member companies) and Management
Board is accountable to the users/members
• Authorize the GS1 CEO, upon request from the ICC, to
request additional information from MO’s to investigate their
compliance (requires MB approval)
• E.g: request additional details on the Revenues and Costs
• Propose a list of possible sanctions for the non compliant MO’s
with expulsion as last resort (escalation mechanism)
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3. Financial Strength Definition
Financial Strength: Proposal
• ECR:
• All ECR fees/revenues are excluded
• ECR Membership Fees are included except if these are separate fee
(i.e. distinct from GS1 membership)
• Government revenues:
• Project financing, grants, subsidies etc should be included except when
this is specifically prohibited by law or by contract
• Revenues of or equivalent to membership fees / subscriptions,
including contributions to membership fees should be included
• Generally, in case of doubt about whether to include or not the
revenue in its financial strength, the MO should consult with
the ICC
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Financial Strength – Proposed New
Definition
CURRENT / OLD DEFINITION
MO “Financial Strength” or “Gross Revenue” is defined as:
All funds collected annually by the MO, including those from parent, sister or subsidiary
organizations, which derive from or are received in relation to the GS1 System including
the EPC System.
PROPOSED NEW DEFINITION
MO “Financial Strength” is defined as:
All revenues which derive from or are received in relation to the GS1 System (i.e. GS1
standards, services and solutions) and which are earned annually by :
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
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the MO itself;
any legal entity (hereafter the "Parent"), which holds a shareholding interest or any other
form of financial stake in the MO, including under the form of a membership, a
partnership or suchlike.
any legal entity in which the MO (hereafter the “Daughter”) or the Parent holds a
shareholding interest or any other form of financial stake, including under the form of a
membership, a partnership or suchlike. The funds of the Daughter to be included in the
MO Financial Strength declaration should be in proportion to the percentage of the
shareholding interest or financial stake held by the MO.
any entity, with or without legal personality, under the auspices of which the MO is
operating.
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GEPIR UPDATE
GEPIR Strategy Execution
Objectives
•
•
GEPIR Strategy execution
All MOs participating in GEPIR network as part of MO Core Services
Progress
•
•
•
•
•
108 of 111 MOs in GEPIR (Only 1 MOs with no commitment at this point)
Updates to GEPIR MO Support Website and content for GEPIR – Complete
GEPIR V4.0 Requirements Process / Specification Design – In Progress
Data Quality Initiative (Service Levels, Conformance, Attributes) – In Progress
Quarterly Updates of GEPIR data for Hosted MOs – Launched with ICC
Issues
•
None at this time
Next Steps
•
•
Finalise GEPIR V4.0 Requirements / Specification Design
Execute Quality Assessment & Completeness of GS1 MO data for use in GEPIR
* Reference: GEPIR Network Update Document
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GEPIR Statistics as of September 2012
Goal : All MOs using supported versions (2.0, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2)
STATUS: 3 Remaining non-conformant MOs
(108 / 111 MOs in GEPIR)
108 MOs have data available through GEPIR
63 MOs hosted at Global Office
+45 MOs locally hosted
+ 3 MOs not yet operating in GEPIR (Only 1 with no contact)
=111 Member Organizations
7 MOs on Version 2.0
7 MOs on Version 3.0
94 MOs on Version 3.1 / 3.2 [63 hosted, 31 local MO]
11 MOs-V3.1 July 2009
94 MOs - V3.1/V3.2 September 2012
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