GLN

Identifying Locations Using a GLN The Global Location Number (GLN) is used to identify the locations of parties involved in business transactions. These can be functional groups within a company or real, physical “places” that might ship, receive, process, or hold inventories, like: Legal Entities: Whole companies, subsidiaries or divisions within a company, health system corporations, Read More →

GTIN

GTIN: How to Identify Products If you need to identify products for retail point of sale or at all package levels (inner packs, cases, and pallets), or if you need to identify medical devices for U.S. FDA UDI, you’ll need a GTIN. A Global Trade Item Number® (GTIN) is the number you see underneath the Read More →

EDI Barcoding

GS1 EDI Barcoding Guidelines GS1 Barcodes come with a membership as a GS1 US® Member, you’ll have access to a variety of tools, expertise, and support to help you as your business grows. Every barcode number starts with a GS1 Company Prefix. Make sure your products are correctly identified as yours. Sign up online and you’ll Read More →

GS1 Standards

GS1 Standards for UDI Rule UDI Rule establishes a unique device identification system for medical devices (“the UDI Rule”). Under the rule, the healthcare community and the public will be able to identify a device through a Unique Device Identifier (UDI) that will appear on the label and package of a device in both plain-text format Read More →

GS1 Standards

GS1 Standards In Healthcare: Medical Devices As medical device manufacturers mark their products with unique device identifiers (UDI) per the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) UDI Rule, these UDIs are available for point-of-care (POC) scanning by healthcare providers. Many manufacturers have chosen to use GS1 Standards to implement the rule. Thus, for many healthcare Read More →

GS1 standard

The GS1 Global Standards System The GS1 System is an integrated suite of global standards for identifying, capturing, and sharing supply chain information, including: globally-unique numbering formats (identification numbers) for identifying supply chainobjects including products, business locations, and more; barcodes and radio frequency identification (RFID) for capturing identification numbers; and data synchronization and electronic information Read More →

Cloud computing

Cloud computing and services Cloud computing means the ways of storing and accessing data in the Internet, not on the hardware. Cloud computing covers various computing services over the Internet — servers, databases, data storages, software. It is often called simply “the cloud”. This type of data storing and processing is innovative and flexible – these Read More →

EDI STATAC

EDI STATAC (Statement of Account) Message EDI STATAC Message is used by the SARS to send daily and detail transaction listings to traders with deferment accounts that are registered to have their FAN (Financial Account Numbers) linked to an EDI profile. STATAC provides traders the ability to reconcile their declarations against their transactions categorised by Read More →

UPC Barcoding

Use your U.P.C. Company Prefix to create and view practice barcodes The number in a U.P.C. barcode (called a GTIN®) is typically 12 digits long. This tool helps illustrate how you create a GTIN-12: It starts with your U.P.C. Company Prefix that was assigned to your company when it became a member of GS1 US. Read More →

830 EDI

830 (Planning Schedule) And 862 (Shipping Schedule/Production Schedule) LEAR EDI Transaction Sets 830 Planning Schedule transaction set can be used to provide for customary and established business practice relative to the transfer of forecasting/material release information between organizations. The Planning Schedule Transaction may be used in various ways or in combination of ways, such as: A Read More →