In order to develop international cooperation and exchange the latest scientific, experimental and research from the achievements of GS1 International, especially in the field of electronic business (E-Commerce), this conference, titled the Ninth National Conference and the Third International Conference on E-Commerce and E-Economics On April 29th and 30th 2019, in the International Conference Hall the Islamic Republic of the Iran Broadcasting. U Iran will be held. The event is based on the role of GS1 standards in optimizing and speeding up on electronic business with smart and evolution in a variety of areas related to this issue. The successful GS1 samples of this field in the world will also present their achievements, experiences, plans and reviews to the participants. Among the goals and issues discussed, one can mention the following:
Shopping in a brick-and-mortar store is an experience that engages all five senses, which is why merchandising long ago became something of a science for brick-and-mortars .Merchandising for physical retail shops often includes engaging customers from the moment they walk by (think elaborate window displays) to the moment they exit, purchase in hand (think scents, music and other elements aimed at driving sales and leaving a lasting impression). Today, with so much revenue being driven online rather than off, e-commerce companies are discovering their own ways to “merchandise” by making strategic visual decisions that go beyond designing a clean, responsive site.
The most important function of e-commerce merchandising, whether you have a small or extensive product catalogue, is guiding your customers through the buyer’s journey.
1- CPG: Consumer Packaged Goods
Over 40 years ago, CPG retailers helped implement a single standard for product identification- the barcode. What started as a way to speed up the store checkout, has since become the global language of business.
Today, improved supply chain visibility, accurate product information, product traceability and food safety made possible by GS1 standards- are enabling the seamless, omnichannel shopping experience that trading partners, regulators and consumers are demanding from the CPG sector.
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) are items used daily by the average consumer. The goods that make up this category are ones that need to be replaced frequently, compared to those that are usable for extended periods of time. While CPGs represent a market that will always have consumers, it is highly competitive due to high market saturation and low consumer switching costs. Some basic examples of CPGs are food and beverages, clothing, tobacco and household products. CPGs can also be called fast-moving consumer goods.
2- Supply chain management (SCM)
Supply chain management (SCM) is the broad range of activities required to plan, control and execute a product's flow, from acquiring raw materials and production through distribution to the final customer, in the most streamlined and cost-effective way possible
SCM encompasses the integrated planning and execution of processes required to optimize the flow of materials, information and financial capital in the areas that broadly include demand planning, sourcing, production, inventory management and storage, transportation -- or logistics -- and return for excess or defective products. Both business strategy and specialized software are used in these endeavours to create a competitive advantage.
Supply chain management is an expansive, complex undertaking that relies on each partner from suppliers to manufacturers and beyond to run well.
Supply chain management (SCM) means the professional management of all processes along the supply chain – from the sub-supplier, through production and retail to the consumer, and finally to recycling. Goods, information and value flows are all part of SCM. Depending on the situation, it may also be worth considering energy needs separately.
To implement SCM for all parties involved as consistently as possible, but effectively and at low cost, we try to standardise as many processes, interfaces, formats and solutions as possible. We align ourselves with the GS1 and ECR standards and current process standards.
To set up an effective and efficient supply chain it is absolutely essential that the players all have a common understanding, both internally and across company boundaries. It is also important to take company-level interests into account.
- Cross-company objectives
- Efficient, resource-saving, cost-effective processes based on standards
- Automated information flows
- Needs-based planning and supply
- Optimum availability, the reliability of supply
- Tractability and traceability
- Transparency and risk mitigation
- Optimum maintenance
3- LEI (Legal entity Identifier)
LEI stands for Legal Entity Identifier and is used to identify companies that are active on financial markets. It is an alphanumeric code consisting of 20 characters and guaranteeing transparency and security between the various financial parties, thus enabling traceability of the transactions. More information about the LEI on the GLEIF website.
The issuing of an LEI is subject to strict regulations. Only organizations having successfully passed an accreditation process of the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF), are entitled to issue LEIs. These parties are called Local Operating Units (LOUs). GS1 AISBL obtained the status of LOU in February 2017. All requests are sent to them and they will assign the LEI.
Omni-channel commerce is creating a sense of urgency for the retailer and supplier community to evolve their supply chain, fulfilment, and business processes. For the retail industry, what once was a nice to have is now a necessity.
Today’s consumers demand a unified “always-on, always-open” shopping experience. Retailers, marketplaces, brand owners, manufacturers, solution providers, and other retail industry stakeholders are seeking ways to keep pace and grow. For more
than 40 years, GS1 US® has collaborated with industry stakeholders to increase the use of solutions based on the GS1 System of Standards, and to improve business processes using industry-developed guidelines and best practices.
The GS1 US Apparel and General Merchandise Initiative represent a broad cross-section of industry trading partners. Working collaboratively, Initiative members are defining retail business challenges and opportunities, exploring solutions, and creating adoption plans to evolve their value chain, fulfilment, and business processes.
5- E-Commerce in Healthcare
E-Commerce in Healthcare: Changing the Traditional Landscape. E-commerce. GS1's standards enable companies to identify, capture and share product information throughout the value chain in healthcare. The universal pressures of cost, speed, accuracy and traceability can threaten the survival of any e-commerce business. The health care industry is looking to centralization, direct-to-consumer strategies, tracking and goods-to-person-technologies to meet these challenges.
It makes the case that e-commerce has the ability to transact some healthcare business more efficiently and cost-effectively. With the Internet as a delivery platform, several models offer an improvement over the status quo.
6- Fresh foods
GS1 standards help you trace fresh foods from farm to fork. Information can be shared throughout the supply chain to support your business needs and vouch for food safety. You can retrieve data to satisfy safety regulations, use as a baseline for replenishment strategies and ensure overall quality while eliminating waste.
Sharing accurate product information via consumer-facing mobile devices and websites builds trust and helps today's omnichannel shopper make informed decisions.we’re making it possible to trace and track the food we eat, improve efficiency, and enhance safety for consumers. more and more people are turning to fresh food apps for their daily shopping.
As a fiercely competitive, multi-trillion-dollar industry, Foodservice is driving forward at an accelerated rate. This forever evolving segment is on the cusp of expansion, encompassing any business, institution or company responsible for meals prepared outside of the home. This extensive market includes manufacturers, distributors and operators, all of whom are tasked and responsible for increased visibility, efficiency and food safety, among other regulatory demands.
The Foodservice supply chain is known to be complex, dynamic, and consumer-driven, but with the help of GS1 standards, the process becomes simplified. GS1 enables users to speak a common language and begin to share trusted information, which allows for stronger communication between trading partners, ultimately benefiting the consumer. E-Commerce and product info in the foodservice industry
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