Global Location Number

Global Location Number Usage By Entities Locations, functions and legal entities often have implied hierarchical structures. For example, a room, within a department, within a building within a hospital. Where hierarchies are needed, they should be built into a database that manages the GLN key rather than within the key itself. As with all GS1 Read More →

GS1 GLN Requirements

GLN: Identifying Locations Each company or organisation who is a member of a GS1 Member Organisation should use GLNs to identify locations under the terms of its membership. Contact details for all GS1 Member Organisations are available on the GS1 website. The GLN is fully compatible with ISO/IEC 6523 Information technology — Structure for the identification Read More →

EDI webinar

Global Location Number: Improving The Efficiency The Global Location Number (GLN) improves the efficiency of communication among organisations. The GLN enables the unique and unambiguous identification of any type of location used in business processes, which is a prerequisite for efficient communication between trading partners. A GLN acts as a database key which references location-specific information Read More →

EDI outsourcing cost

EDI outsourcing cost and charges for third-party vendor service EDI outsourcing cost can be calculated according to different provider’s formulas. While there are similarities in how outsourcing vendors charge for their services, each one employs a different pricing formula. One vendor may charge a fee for a particular service, another vendor might not charge a fee. Or Read More →

Rite Aid EDI

Rite Aid EDI And B2B Partner Requirements Rite Aid Corporation is committed to Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Business-to-Business (B2B) and considers vendor participation in this corporate strategy of utmost importance in developing an electronic partnership for its various business and financial cycles. Rite Aid supports industry standards and conventions as developed by the American National Read More →

EDI training

GS1 Lightweight Messaging Standard Relationship To EPCIS Standard Lightweight Messaging standard is independent of GS1 Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) and does not require the use of EPCIS, although users are encouraged to implement EPCIS to capture their supply chain events and to leverage the EPCIS query interface to retrieve data to support their Read More →

GS1 Standard

GS1 Standards Relationship: Lightweight Messaging Standard and Digital Link Lightweight Messaging Standard is the first GS1 technical standard to make use of the new GS1 Digital Link syntax. A GS1 Digital Link resolver is already operational at id.gs1.org and can be configured with several typed redirection links by each licensee of a GS1 identification key. Read More →

EDI training

GS1 Lightweight Messaging Standard for Verification of Product Identifiers The GS1 Lightweight Messaging Standard for Verification of Product Identifiers is designed to support requests and responses for verification of product identifiers for serialized pharmaceutical products. This standard has been developed and designed to support VRS systems for U.S. DSCSA verification of product identifiers on returned Read More →

GS1 Standards

GS1 Standards for DSCSA Product Identifier Data Elements DSCSA defines the term “product identifier” as, “a standardized graphic that includes, in both humanreadable form and on a machine-readable data carrier that conforms to the standards developed by a widely recognized international standards development organization, the standardized numerical identifier (SNI), lot number, and expiration date of Read More →

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Warehousing EDI Messages: Inbound & Outbound In companies where a huge number of transactions is being processed daily, integration of EDI with warehouse business system is quite relevant. This will help to accelerate the work at the warehouse. Find the definitions of Inbound & Outbound Warehousing EDI Messages below. Warehousing Inbound Instruction Message that supports the warehouse inbound Read More →