Transparency & Compliance Solutions for Data Recipients

Remain Compliant While Earning Customer Trust with 1WorldSync

Consumers and regulators are simultaneously demanding more transparency from businesses. More governments are enacting transparency requirements to protect consumers, who themselves are highly selective of the brands they choose to patronize. Businesses that can’t adapt to this more transparent landscape will risk obsolescence in the near future.

But with 1WorldSync’s transparency and compliance solutions, global businesses are able to simplify and manage the process of managing and exchanging product information, certificates and documentation with trading partners around the world.

The Challenges of Product Transparency

Sourcing trusted, accurate product content can pose significant challenges:

  • When product attributes are managed by multiple departments and personnel functions, the collecting, managing and validating of product attributes can be incredibly complex.
  • Businesses that lack large sets of product attributes are at a competitive disadvantage to more nimble competitors.
  • Controlling product information aggregation and distribution across a large network of trading partners can be a daunting task.

Industry-focused Product Transparency & Compliance Solutions

1WorldSync solves industry-specific product transparency and compliance challenges for businesses:

  • Product Health & Safety – The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHs), Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Food & Nutrition – EU1169, Food Safety Regulations
  • Medical Product Traceability – Unique Device Identification (UDI)
  • Retail and CPG – Packaging reduction and Risk Management

Benefits for Retailers, Distributors and Operators

1WorldSync hosts a community-based product information service featuring a single source of data from which to pull product content from your entire trading community, including:

  • Data quality and validation
  • Advisory and alerting capability, to provide product safety, quality and corporate social responsibility teams with a product risk roadmap that impacts your entire business

Unique Device Identification (UDI)

 
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulation mandates that UDI data for Class I medical devices to be submitted with an impending deadline of September 24, 2020. For organizations manufacturing medical devices, are you ready for these regulatory demands?