Monday, September 24, 2018

 

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Association Partners

1Sync

1SYNC was established from the consolidation of Transora and UCCnet in August 2005. The strengths of both organizations have been combined to offer a cost-effective Data Pool with solutions and services that support user needs and make implementation easier. 1SYNC operates as a not-for-profit subsidiary of GS1 US to help the industry maximize the value of data synchronization

1sync

   

GS1 US

GS1 US, a not-for-profit standards organization, is one of the most respected leaders in global commerce. GS1 US administers the Universal Product Code (U.P.C.) and develops worldwide standards for identification codes, data carriers and electronic commerce. More than 250,000 member companies doing business in 25 major industries use open, global standards to optimize their supply chain and business processes.

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NRF

National Retail Federation (NRF) is the world's largest retail trade association. Its membership comprises all retail formats and channels of distribution including department, specialty, discount, catalog, Internet, independent stores, chain restaurants, drug stores and grocery stores as well as the industry's key trading partners of retail goods and services. NRF represents an industry with more than 1.6 million U.S. retail establishments with more than 24 million employees - about one in five American workers - and 2008 sales of $4.6 trillion. As the industry umbrella group, NRF also represents more than 100 state, national and international retail associations.

NRF

   

Improving 3PL Customer Satisfaction and Automating Shipment Communication

A third party logistics (3PL) provider (warehouse) had many issues communicating with their customers (vendors) on how and when to ship EDI orders.  When waiting for shipping requests they would receive emails or faxes but inevitably it would take numerous phone calls and hours of additional labor to make sure everyone was on the same page.  One customer in particular used another EDI provider to print the UCC128 labels.

Read more... Improving 3PL Customer Satisfaction and Automating Shipment Communication  
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