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  • / Press Release

    GXS Makes Global Data Synchronization a Reality in United Kingdom

    GS1 UK and GXS Partner to Strengthen UK Supply Chain with the World’s Largest GDS-Compliant Data Pool LONDON and GAITHERSBURG, Md. - March 7, 2005 - GXS, a leading provider of B2B e-commerce solutions, and GS1 UK, the independent body responsible for promoting supply chain efficiency and standards in the UK, today announced the official launch and deployment of the UK GS1-certified global data synchronization (GDS) data pool. The data pool will...

    Posted 03/08/2005

    GS1 UK and GXS Partner to Strengthen UK Supply Chain with the World’s Largest GDS-Compliant Data Pool LONDON and GAITHERSBURG, Md. - March 7, 2005 - GXS, a leading provider of B2B e-commerce solutions, and GS1 UK, the independent body responsible for promoting supply chain efficiency and…
  • / Press Release

    Software Engineering Consultants Releases GTIN Builder

    LANSA Business Partner Solution Simplifies Item Data Preparation Downers Grove, Ill. - January 31, 2005 - Software Engineering Consultants (SEC), Inc., a LANSA Business Partner based in Overland Park, Kansas, has announced the release of GTIN Builder, a Windows-based tool for Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) management. SEC’s developers engineered GTIN Builder in response to the data aggregation problems their customers were facing when preparing...

    Posted 02/01/2005

    LANSA Business Partner Solution Simplifies Item Data Preparation Downers Grove, Ill. - January 31, 2005 - Software Engineering Consultants (SEC), Inc., a LANSA Business Partner based in Overland Park, Kansas, has announced the release of GTIN Builder, a Windows-based tool for Global Trade Item…
  • / Press Release

    Global eXchange Services Accelerates Global Data Synchronization Network Adoption by Powering GS1 Data Pool for Hong Kong

    GXS Data Pool Manager Becoming Foundation for More GS1 Organizations to Implement High-Performance Standards-Based Data Synchronization Hong Kong and Gaithersburg, Md. - November 22, 2004 – Continuing its momentum to drive global data synchronization adoption worldwide, Global eXchange Services (GXS) today announced that it has been selected by the Hong Kong Article Numbering Association (HKANA - EAN Hong Kong) to develop and manage the global...

    Posted 11/23/2004

    GXS Data Pool Manager Becoming Foundation for More GS1 Organizations to Implement High-Performance Standards-Based Data Synchronization Hong Kong and Gaithersburg, Md. - November 22, 2004 – Continuing its momentum to drive global data synchronization adoption worldwide, Global eXchange Services…
  • / Press Release

    QRS Catalogue 3.6 Now Available to Retail Industry

    New Functionality Extends Reach in New Market Segments, Supports Global Standards Richmond, CA - October 27, 2003 - QRS Corporation (Nasdaq: QRSI), announced today the general availability of QRS Catalogue, Version 3.6, the retail industry`s leading product data synchronization application. QRS Catalogue 3.6 includes support for the 14-digit Global Trade Item Number (GTIN), more available product attributes, and significantly improved usability....

    Posted 10/27/2003

    New Functionality Extends Reach in New Market Segments, Supports Global Standards Richmond, CA - October 27, 2003 - QRS Corporation (Nasdaq: QRSI), announced today the general availability of QRS Catalogue, Version 3.6, the retail industry`s leading product data synchronization application. QRS…
  • / Technology

    Why Campbell Soup is embracing web-based data synchronization

    Streamlining how it communicates pricing and product promotion changes to retailers worldwide is the chief reason Campbell Soup is embracing global data synchronization, the company told Retail Systems attendees this week.

    Posted 06/12/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Streamlining how it communicates pricing and product promotion changes to retailers worldwide is the chief reason Campbell Soup is embracing global data synchronization, the company told Retail Systems attendees this week.
  • / Press Release

    BluePhoenix Solutions Launches UPCEnabler, Accelerating 2005 Sunrise and GTIN Compliancy

    Unique automated solution enables quick identification and resolution of compliance issues Cary, NC - May 27, 2003 - Building on the company`s recently announced leadership position in the Enterprise IT Modernization market, BluePhoenix(TM) Solutions announced today the availability of UPCEnabler, an end-to-end solution designed to help companies easily and cost-effectively comply with the 2005 Sunrise and GTIN initiatives. The 2005 Sunrise...

    Posted 06/02/2003

    Unique automated solution enables quick identification and resolution of compliance issues Cary, NC - May 27, 2003 - Building on the company`s recently announced leadership position in the Enterprise IT Modernization market, BluePhoenix(TM) Solutions announced today the availability of UPCEnabler,…
  • / Marketing

    2005 deadline on global barcodes will be extended, analyst predicts

    There is no reason a January 2005 deadline for adopting a 14-digit barcode needs to be imposed, and an extension is likely, a META Group analyst says.

    Posted 05/23/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    There is no reason a January 2005 deadline for adopting a 14-digit barcode needs to be imposed, and an extension is likely, a META Group analyst says.
  • / Marketing

    Why retailers should prepare for Sunrise 2005 global barcode standards

    To scan many European products into their POS systems starting in 2005, U.S. retailers must meet the January 2005 deadline to comply with the Global Trade Item Number barcode system already used by their European counterparts.

    Posted 05/21/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    To scan many European products into their POS systems starting in 2005, U.S. retailers must meet the January 2005 deadline to comply with the Global Trade Item Number barcode system already used by their European counterparts.
  • Color technology makes the difference as e-retailers fine-tune tints to spike sales

    When it comes to coloration, the chameleon has nothing on the web. Near-infinite variations in the hardware and software combinations that deliver color images to millions of computer screens can turn the yellow shirt into orange and the red hat into pink. Web shoppers may be in the dark-until the package arrives from the online store. Even the tech-savviest among them aren’t immune to problems. “I ordered a coat over the Internet and it turned...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    When it comes to coloration, the chameleon has nothing on the web. Near-infinite variations in the hardware and software combinations that deliver color images to millions of computer screens can turn the yellow shirt into orange and the red hat into pink. Web shoppers may be in the dark-until the…

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