Download EDI, UCCnet & RFID: Synchronizing the Supply Chain by Nahid Jilovec PDF

By Nahid Jilovec

Cutting-edge companies are extra challenged than ever to enhance the accuracy in their enterprise information and the potency in their strategies. precise offer chain collaboration calls for each member of the chain to successfully converse and serve the wishes of every person in the worth chain, not only the client. This conversation, in impact, is set the synchronization of industrial facts, with the target of rendering that info extra exact.

EDI, UCCnet & RFID makes a speciality of 3 major know-how enablers for synchronizing the availability chain: EDI, worldwide facts synchronization (using the UCCnet), and RFID. you are going to know about criteria for transaction and message construction (Including X12, XML, XSL, and RosettaNet); worldwide exchange merchandise Numbers (GTINs), worldwide place Numbers (GLNs), and the digital Product Code (EPC); message transportation media for e-commerce and EDI transactions; software program functions required to let the production, garage, enhancing, discarding, and sharing of these messages; software program choice; and measures you could take to extend transactional integrity and protection. The booklet additionally examines the advantages and demanding situations confronted in utilizing EDI, worldwide facts synchronization, and RFID, together with felony, regulatory, and audit issues.

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