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Using GS1 Standards for Store Brands, Top 100 NRF Retailers Product Identification Study


Unique product identification is key to search, discovery and purchase decisions. Is your brand ready for a digital world?

 

Get Ready for DSCSA With GS1 Standards

Two certificate courses to help meet one goal

Learn the principles of unique product identification and barcoding basics with GS1 Foundations. Then take the DSCSA for Suppliers course to understand how to apply GS1 Standards to meet DSCSA requirements.*

Read why AmerisourceBergen is encouraging these courses for their suppliers.

Cost: $895 (Includes bundle discount of $50)

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"AmerisourceBergen is delighted to partner with GS1 US on this program. It allows us to help educate our manufacturers on DSCSA regulations* and serialization standards, and will provide real value to our pharmaceutical supply chain partners.

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- Heather Zenk, Senior Vice President, Global Secure   Supply Chain Operations

Using GS1 Standards for Store Brands, Top 100 NRF Retailers Product Identification Study

Is your brand ready for a digital world?

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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (ET) Estimated Duration

 

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88 percent of consumers say that product content is a critical factor to making a purchase decision*

 

Learn at Your Own Pace and Convenience

These two courses will help you meet Phase 2 of DSCSA requirements that pharmaceutical products be marked with a National Drug Code (NDC)**, serial number, lot number, and expiration date in both machine-readable and human-readable format.

  • Learn GS1 Standards basics
  • Understand DSCSA requirements
  • Effectively implement lot-level management
  • Meet serialization and item-level traceability requirements
Earn a badge - your GS1 Standards credential!

GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Online Certificate Course for Suppliers

Learn at Your Own Pace and Convenience

These two courses will help you meet Phase 2 of DSCSA requirements that pharmaceutical products be marked with a National Drug Code (NDC)**, serial number, lot number, and expiration date in both machine-readable and human-readable format.

  • Learn GS1 Standards basics
  • Understand DSCSA requirements
  • Effectively implement lot-level management
  • Meet serialization and item-level traceability requirements
Earn a badge - your GS1 Standards credential!

GS1 Foundations Online Certificate Course

Earn a badge - your GS1 Standards credential!

GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Online Certificate Course for Suppliers

Get product data right the first time

Ask yourself these six questions:

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Do you know how to assign your company’s Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs*)—aka U.P.C. barcodes—to your products?
Do you understand how package, quantity, or other product changes impact the GTIN®?
Do you do business locally or globally?
Are your manual receiving and shipping processes subject to human error? And costing you time and money?
Do you have inventory sitting in your warehouse waiting to be received, delaying your time to market, reducing your ROI?
Do you know how to handle measurement exceptions like clip strips, multiple markings, flexible packaging and such?

Did you say yes to any of them? Then consider attending the new GS1 Foundations Online Certificate Course.

Get product data right the first time

Ask yourself these six questions:

Do you know how to assign your company’s Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs*)—aka U.P.C. barcodes—to your products?
Do you understand how package, quantity, or other product changes impact the GTIN®?
Do you do business locally or globally?
Are your manual receiving and shipping processes subject to human error? And costing you time and money?
Do you have inventory sitting in your warehouse waiting to be received, delaying your time to market, reducing your ROI?
Do you know how to handle measurement exceptions like clip strips, multiple markings, flexible packaging and such?
Get Product Date Rigth the First Time

Did you say yes to any of them? Then consider attending the new GS1 Foundations Online Certificate Course.

 

Learn how to Implement GS1 Standards
for Drug Supply Chain Security Act

The GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Online Certificate Course for Suppliers includes six-modules to help you apply GS1 Standards to meet DSCSA requirements.

Download the Course Flyer

 
 

Overview of GS1 Standards

Course 1 of 6 - Learn about principles of unique product identification.

How to use your company prefix

Course 2 of 6 - Learn about the GS1 and U.P.C. Company Prefix.

How to create and manage your GTIN®s

Course 3 of 6 - Learn how to identify products and create item hierarchies.
 

How to barcode your products

Course 4 of 6 - Learn which GS1 barcodes to use for your products.

Package measurement rules

Course 5 of 6 - Learn how to properly measure products, cases for accurate dimensional data.

GTIN management standard

Course 6 of 6 - Learn when a new GTIN® needs to be assigned.
 

Learn how to Implement GS1 Standards
for Drug Supply Chain Security Act

The GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Online Certificate Course for Suppliers includes six-modules to help you apply GS1 Standards to meet DSCSA requirements.

 
 

GS1® Overview

Module 1 of 6 – Learn more about GS1®, GS1 US, and standards use around the world.

GS1 Healthcare US® Overview

Module 2 of 6 – Learn about GS1 Standards in healthcare, the benefits, and the industry-lead initiative supporting use in the U.S.

DSCSA requirements and timeline

Module 3 of 6 – This animated video examines DSCSA requirements, compliance timelines, and responsibilities for each supply chain member.
 

Identifying DSCSA information on products

Module 4 of 6 – Learn how to apply GS1 Standards for identifying products and logistics units for DSCSA.

Capturing information for DSCSA purpose

Module 5 of 6 – This module covers GS1 barcodes used for DSCSA and capturing product information automatically across the supply chain.

Track and trace information along the supply chain

Module 6 of 6 – Learn about the GS1 Standards for sharing DSCSA information as a product moves along the supply chain.
 

There has been a constant flurry of news of retailers announcing new and enhanced store brands – retailers are seeing store brands as their secret weapon to differentiate themselves from the competition by providing consumers with unique experiences and product offerings that drive consumer loyalty and as their strategy for growth

Traditional Store Brand Product Identification Doesn’t Work Well Online. Before e-commerce and omni-channel retail, store brands sold by individual retailers were limited to the four walls of their own stores. These products were labeled with internal proprietary identifiers whose sole purpose was to support price look-ups. Today’s consumers are digital consumers, and they are shopping and buying when, where, and how they want. With the advent of the internet, closed loop numbering systems are no longer adequate to meet the search and discovery needs of consumers. Since the numbers are not unique, they create two distinct types of problems—too little or too much information. Research shows that 88 percent of consumers say that product content is a critical factor to making a purchase decision (clicking “Buy”).

To get a baseline and understand the current store brand product identification landscape, GS1 US reviewed the Top 100 NRF Retailer store brand practices. This webinar will provide a preview of the findings. Attendees will also receive an advanced copy of the published report.

Presenters

 
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Rich Richardson

Vice President Standards Development, GS1 US
Vivian Underwood

Vivian Underwood

Director Standards Development, GS1 US
 

Learn how to Implement GS1 Standards
for Drug Supply Chain Security Act

The GS1 Standards: Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Online Certificate Course for Suppliers includes six-modules to help you apply GS1 Standards to meet DSCSA requirements.

 

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The value proposition is clear—as physical commerce moves online—unique product identification becomes key to search, discovery and purchase decisions. “If a consumer can’t find it, they can’t buy it!”

 
 
 

*Salsify, April 2016, https://www.salsify.com/blog

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