Tag: GDSN

The Digital Footprint

By | July 31st, 2014

As a PIM Practice Lead in 1WorldSync’s Professional Services organization, I have over a decade of experience in supply chain technology. I’m a seasoned expert in data synchronization and advise clients regularly on GS1 Standards and GDSN, while leveraging 1WorldSync’s solutions and partners to meet the ever-growing product information demands of businesses. 

GDSN® Major Release 3

By | July 15th, 2014

1WorldSync remains committed to the GDSN standards and will support the upcoming GDSN release, Major Release 3.  With this release, GDSN will be better enabled to more quickly implement new requests into the standard.  There are also many enhancements to existing attribute sets, including nutrients, ingredients, allergens, tax, hazardous materials, promotional, packaging and many others. […]

Mergers & Acquisitions in Foodservice and the impact to GDSN®

By | May 30th, 2014

In just the past few years, the foodservice industry has experienced many acquisitions within industry leading companies and major drivers in the use of GDSN. To name a few, Gordon Food Service (GFS) has recently acquired Glazier Foods,  one of the largest southern mid-west distributors just following an acquisition from last year; when GFS purchased Perkins, a […]

GDSN® all grown up…

By | April 16th, 2014

It’s been over 10 years since the first data was exchanged via the Global Data Synchronization Network™ (GDSN) and much has changed.  In my 10 years of involvement in product data exchange through the GDSN, data synchronization and information exchange has never been more exciting than it is now.  The ability to talk first-hand about […]

1WorldSync Blog – Connecting Trusted Product Data Everywhere

By | March 21st, 2014

I am excited to introduce the 1WorldSync blog where you can learn about the latest happenings with our solutions, be educated on best practices from our experts and get connected to your community, while following 1WorldSync bloggers around the world.

Product transparency for building consumer trust!

By | March 19th, 2014

We have come a pretty long way since we’ve hunted our dinner with crossbows and scavenged leaves and berries from the forests. In the 21st century, modern civilization is running global food and product supply chains that make markets independent from seasonal and regional restraints.