- Global Interoperability Framework (GIF)
- Goods for resale
- Goods not for resale
- GS1 (Global Standards One)
GLNLast modified on: 31/08/2022 22:07
a Global Location Number (GLN) is used by companies to identify their locations with the flexibility to identify any type or level of location within specifications provided by GS1.
Global Interoperability Framework (GIF)Last modified on: 31/08/2022 22:07
is a set of recommended practices, policies, standards and guidelines that enables the exchange of e-Invoices, and other supply chain documents and messages independently of adjacent payment, accounting and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems.
Goods for resaleLast modified on: 31/08/2022 22:07
are goods acquired by enterprises, such as wholesalers and retailers, for the purpose of reselling them without further processing (that is, not transformed other than by presenting them in ways that are attractive to the customer). It may also refer to raw materials and components purchased by a manufacturing enterprise for direct incorporation into a finished product.
Goods not for resaleLast modified on: 31/08/2022 22:07
are purchased by enterprises for consumption by internal business units or functions rather than the external customer. Such indirect procurement categories include: marketing related services, professional services, travel, IT hardware software and services, human resource services, facilities management, utilities, consumables, MRO (maintenance, repair and operations), capital goods and fleet management.
GS1 (Global Standards One)Last modified on: 31/08/2022 22:08
is a not-for-profit standards organization that manages the assignment of various numbering schemes for global commerce. Active in the world of supply chains in retail, healthcare, transport and logistics, GS1 is well known for having developed the barcode and implementation of standards such as EANCOM, GLN and GS1 XML.