1WorldSync Recognizes 2017 Industry Leaders with Power of 1 Awards for Transformative Product Content Practices

1WorldSync is recovering from the high of yet another successful power packed 2017 Annual User Group, co-located with GS1 Connect in Las Vegas. The event summed up two days of collaboration, engagement, best practices and fun (we repeat Las Vegas!)

We also announced the recipients of the 2017 1WorldSync Power of 1 Awards. These awards honor organizations that have displayed exceptional leadership and made a significant impact in transforming their product content practices to address the ever-growing demand for trusted product information by consumers in all industries.

The recipients were recognized during the 2017 1WorldSync Power of 1 Networking Reception held on June 19, 2017.

They Came, They Saw, They Conquered…With Trusted Content

The Compass Award: Dick Tracy, Dot Foods, Inc

Dick Tracy, President of Dot Foods, Inc., received the prestigious 1WorldSync Compass Award for his individual contribution in driving next generation product content initiative practices in the industry.

The 1nnovation Award: Tyson Foods & H-E-B

The 1nnovation Award, shines a light on the creative spirit of an organization, was handed to Tyson Foods and H-E-B. Both companies have focused on innovative solutions to power the exchange of trusted product content that customers can count on.

The Quality1 Award: Teleflex, Inc. & Agricultural Research Service (ARS)

Teleflex Incorporated and Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) were presented with the Quality1 Award. These organizations adopted best practices to significantly raise the standards in sharing compelling, engaging and consistent product content with their customers, stakeholders and trading partners.

The 1Community Award: Joint Industry Council

The 1Community Award was presented to the 1WorldSync Joint Industry Council consisting of Dot Foods, The J.M. Smucker Company, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg Company, The Kroger Company, The Procter & Gamble Co., Target Corporation, Tyson Foods, Walgreens, and Walmart Stores Inc.  Over the past year, the Joint Industry Council  has been a vital thought partner for the 1WorldSync community and has driven strategic initiatives that deliver value and measurable benefits for industry trading partners.

Winning Consumers On Their Path To Purchase With 1WorldSync

Chief Commercial Officer, Dan Wilkinson states “On behalf of the entire 1WorldSync community, I congratulate the 2017 1WorldSync Power of 1 Award recipients. The companies exemplify industry leadership excellence by consistently driving improved supply chain efficiency, increased product information transparency, enhanced cross-channel commerce initiatives, and reliable and trusted product content everytime, everywhere.”

At 1WorldSync, we are dedicated to providing our community with collaborative platforms for open engagement and industry alignment. The Power of 1 adds up to empowering our consumers with trusted content to make informed decisions regarding purchases, health and well-being.

It’s a wrap for Annual User Group 2017 and we can’t wait to see everyone at Annual User Group 2018!

There is no I in Team…but there is a me

Congrats, you are part of a team. One that is focused, has a vision, one that needs….COLLABORATION.  Being part of a team is great, you get diverse ideas, insights and others to share in the wins and challenges.  It is also highly ineffective if you do not know how to collaborate with one another.

Collaboration Is Everything

Merriam-Webster defines collaborate as: to work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor.  What is my take on collaborate?  What does it take to successfully collaborate?

The definition describes the act, but not the effort needed to be successful at it. Each team is made up of unique individuals with different strengths and weaknesses. To be a truly successful and result driven team, each must concentrate on the “Me”. Bringing together each individual strength creates a more powerful team. This is your internal team of Justice League or Avengers, whichever you are partial to.

Enter the Total Beverage Alcohol (TBA) Group

Recently a new industry group was formed here at 1WorldSync.

1WorldSync is the leading provider of product content solutions. Enabling more than 25,000 global companies in over 60 countries to share authentic, trusted content with customers and consumers, 1WorldSync provides solutions that meet the diverse needs of the industry through its technology platform and expert services empowering intelligent choices for purchases, wellness, and lifestyle decisions.

Over the past few months, 3 major wine & spirits manufacturers have been collaborating with 1WorldSync to form a group focused on an opportunity to standardize product content management and distribution in the beer, wine & spirits industries.  

This group, the Total Beverage Alcohol Industry, came together organically from a side conversation between 2 former colleagues over coffee. The thought was that the industries of beer, wine and spirits have unique opportunity to leverage standards & best practices currently in place within the Consumer Package Goods industry.

From that simple meeting, the start of collaboration occurred. Both parties were able to internalize the industry needs and focus on their “me” strengths to form a collaborating team. More organizations were recruited to drive change and build strength. Two organizations became four, and a full planning team was created.  This team is now actively recruiting additional members to fully represent the multi-tiered system in the US.

During this recruitment phase, the collaboration and “me” are showing up more and more. Each participating organization is being asked to help drive towards modernization, cooperate with peers, reduce duplicative work, support on & off premise efforts and develop/adopt industry best practices. At each stage within this collaboration, the “me” is split. Some of the “me” is focused on how collaborating on an industry wide solution help “me” & my organization. The remaining are focused on how collaboration can drive impactful change within the industry.

Trusted Content That Our Customers Count On..Anytime, Everywhere

The good news is that collaboration at it’s core can help you achieve so much if you are able to internalize the goals and understand how your teammates are also.  Industry efforts in particular like the TBA, are being driven to enact change, bring awareness to opportunities for improvement and enable all participants in the multi-tiered system to  benefit from the collaboration.  

One of the hallmarks of 1WorldSync is how we view our customer community.  We are partners in continually improving our offerings, addressing industry opportunities and driving towards innovation that will help position our customers in the driver seat for years to come.  

If you are not part of one of our 1WorldSync Groups, I highly encourage you to email Brandon White, our Global Community Engagement Manager. And if you happen to be part of the beer, wine and spirits industry please let us know if you would be interested in collaborating with us there too! Other questions? Don’t forget to reference our FAQ if you haven’t already.

Product Content and the Impact on Nutrition

1WorldSync’s Senior Manager, Community Enablement, Payal Patel discusses the importance of product content and the impact on nutrition with Robert Howell Vice President, Merchandising, from Sysco.

1WorldSync: What would you tell your suppliers who are currently not synchronizing product content with Sysco?

Sysco: The foodservice industry has made the adoption and implementation of GS1 Standards a top priority in an effort to improve the completeness, accuracy and availability of product information for foodservice operators and consumers. One aspect of this adoption is active participation in the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN). With this renewed emphasis on supplier participation, Sysco is requiring suppliers to begin synchronizing product information via the GDSN.

1WorldSync: Before leveraging GDSN to capture product attribute data, what did your environment look like in regards to capturing and updating your suppliers’ product content?

Sysco: Prior to leveraging GDSN to obtain data from suppliers, Sysco utilized a process called Request for Data (RFD). This process involved a manual population of data attributes into an Excel Spreadsheet. This process also lacked enriched data such as nutritional, marketing, and image information.

1WorldSync:  What is the risk when lacking accessible, accurate, timely product content from Suppliers?

Sysco: Not having access to complete and accurate content may lead to several issues including:

  • Lost Sales
  • Impact on brand image
  • Compliance and regulatory challenges
  • Profitability

1WorldSync: What is Sysco doing with this content?

Sysco: Sysco is using the content we receive via the GDSN to feed the master product catalog, which consists of items sold to our customers. Our customers include restaurants, healthcare and educational facilities, lodging establishments and other customers who consume meals prepared away from home.

Sysco also uses the content received from manufacturers via the GDSN for our customer-facing ecommerce applications, as well as our Marketing Associates sales systems. The data, including product images, is particularly important when it comes to being able to effectively market and sell to customers using web-based order entry platforms.

Our buyers utilize the GDSN information to look up the items they want to source for our customers, and therefore, it is important for us to have complete and accurate product information to support sales. Again, images and nutritional information is of critical significance to enable customers to make more informed buying decisions.

1WorldSync: How would you describe your relationship with 1WorldSync and the onboarding process?

Sysco: Sysco partnered with 1WorldSync to drive participation among our supplier community. 1WorldSync is assisting in on-boarding our suppliers via communication, training & education, supplier outreach and program awareness activities.

1WorldSync: How would you describe the results that you have achieved in working with us?

Sysco: 1WorldSync has assisted in the coordination of onboarding suppliers, as well as building the supplier relationship with GDSN and Sysco by providing outreach and assistance to the supplier community.

1WorldSync can help you address your product content challenges and get engaged. Contact businessdevelopment@1worldsync.com to get started today!

What is the cost of bad product content to your organization?

88% of consumers say that detailed product content is extremely or very important to their purchasing decision. Consumers expect rich and trusted product content on all channels: desktop to mobile.

Common product content challenges that can slow down consumers’ product information journey include:

  • determining your data quality and how this positively impacts your business
  • leveraging the data you already have in GDSN for e-commerce and omni-channel purposes
  • global transparency initiatives

Now let’s hone in on the first product content challenge: data quality. No matter where you are on your product content journey, 1WorldSync Professional Services can help improve your data quality levels.

Data quality issues…the struggle is real

We hear the same challenges from all of our customers.

  • Suppliers have a large number of separate information stores and systems as well as other manual sources that house data for individual departments. It is difficult and expensive to integrate those connections.  With data replicated across the enterprise it is very challenging to align on ownership and establish data standards.
  • Data requirements change very quickly and can be hard to keep up with.  These changes can come from multiple places. They can be internally, market or recipient driven.  
  • A large amount of the 1WorldSync Supplier community is treating GDSN data separately from e-commerce data. This segregation can cause inconsistent or even conflicting consumer experiences for the same attributes, and ultimately cause harm to a brand.   

What’s the big deal around data quality?

Data quality is important for many reasons.  Some of the most popular reasons include:

  • Recipients are using the data you send them to drive their multi areas of their business as well as their e-commerce channels.  Do you, as a brand owner, want your recipients to clean your data and potentially impact your brand’s identity?
  • E-commerce recipients are requiring more and more data in order to sell on their websites.
  • Some e-commerce recipients are factoring in completeness and accuracy of data in search ranking and returns of your products.  Other recipients are applying penalties for suppliers who consistently underperform from a data quality perspective.    

Countdown to the Cosmo: Trusted Content, Anytime, Everywhere

1WorldSync is excited to join more than 1,000 partners in Las Vegas at GS1 Connect . For companies looking to upgrade their data quality capabilities, be sure to stop by the 1WorldSync booth (#17,18)!

Our professional services team invites you to receive your customized data quality report based on your existing items and take part in a 30 minute tailored consultation on your Consistency and Completeness against several key data quality performance indicators.

This is a great way to understand potential data quality issues with your current product content, how you rank against your peers, the impact on your business and what steps you can take to improve your data quality.

Sign up here for a 30 minute consultation during GS1 Connect!

It’s Time to Cash In With 1WorldSync At GS1 Connect!

Did you know that 53% of retailers and suppliers experience a knowledge gap within their organization when it comes to understanding the eCommerce landscape (1WorldSync)?

Don’t leave money on the table!

Channel readiness is a significant struggle throughout the value chain as e-commerce continues to evolve. In the dynamic world of digital commerce, retailers and suppliers are facing significant issues capitalizing on the opportunities within different channels.

1WorldSync is excited to join more than 1,000 partners in Las Vegas at GS1 Connect . We will demonstrate how our Product Information Cloud can deliver turnkey solutions to share and promote product content, ensure data accuracy, and optimize operational processes in today’s cross-channel world.

For companies looking to upgrade their e-commerce capabilities, be sure to stop by the 1WorldSync booth (#17,18) where we’ll be showcasing how you can connect, empower and build trust everytime, everywhere!

We’ll be hosting ‘Appy Hours’ where we’ll be demoing:

    • Customer Distribution Apps: Distribute content to specific recipient retailers, e-tailers or app providers. Each app includes the ‘Playlist’ of attribution expected by the merchant, the validation rules and the integration capability for distributing catalog in a compliant format to the merchant/app developer….
      • We’ll be highlighting our apps that enable access to adhere to Walmart, Kroger, Lidl, Alibaba & Amazon content & data specifications.
    • Compliance and Transparency Apps: Sell and trade in any geography, while meeting local regulatory mandates or consumer transparency expectations.
      • We’ll be highlight our capabilities for SmartLabel and Unique Device Identifier (UDI) compliance.
    • Enterprise Enablement Apps: Helping Sales, CRM and supply chain teams to engage customers and sell more.
      • We’ll be highlighting our capabilities  that enables easy creation of selling sheets, catalogs, slicks and other digital sales aids to help drive global sales.

Appy Hour Schedule:

Customer Distribution Apps June, 20th 12 – 1pm

June, 20th 6 – 7 pm

Compliance and Transparency Apps June, 20th 1-2 pm

June, 21st – 12 -1 pm

Enterprise Enablement Apps June, 20th 5 – 6 pm

June, 21st 1pm – 2pm

 

We invite you to stop by our booth # 17 & 18 and learn how we can help you ensure you’re not losing or leaving money on the table!

It’s time to cash out at GS1 Connect. We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas.

References:

Charting Course for Global Commerce by 1WorldSync

1WorldSync Employee Registration Campaign in the fight against blood cancer

In order to make a contribution in the fight against blood cancer, 1WorldSync GmbH has performed a major DKMS registration campaign for employees on April 26, 2017.  We were able to inform our employees about the most important facts about blood cancer and to win many of them as potential stem cell donors for DKMS.

As a company, 1WorldSync will bear the cost of the complex and costly typing, which has to be carried out prior to each enrollment into the DKMS donor database. We would like to thank all employees who have registered as potential stem cell donors in the course of our campaign!

UDI: Generating Value Beyond Compliance

Getting to Good Data in the GUDID*

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.  This has made medical device manufacturers on a global basis, readying their organizations for compliance. As a leading healthcare provider or manufacturer, do you find yourself asking yourself the following questions?

  • What is the scope of products impacted (exempted or not)?
  • What are my obligations under FDA UDI regulation?
  • How do I transform compliance into a competitive advantage?
  • How can I source my data from multiple locations, formats and systems, controlled by different functions?
  • How can I ensure the data I provide to the FDA is complete and accurate?

1WorldSync & Innovit Join Forces

Innovit,  a global provider of software solutions for PIM (Product Information Management), MDM (Master Data Management), GDSN (Global Data Synchronization) and Enterprise Workflow Management, and 1WorldSync™, the leading provider of product content solutions, possess a collaborative agreement to enable more robust product content capabilities for the medical device industry.

Whilst manual data entry or Excel spreadsheet upload may have been a viable solution for Class II & III submission deadlines, Class I poses a much greater challenge for labelers.  The sheer volume of products in this category makes manual submission methods too slow.  High product volume increases the burden of data collection, data cleansing and data entry to the GUDID.  The risk of failing to meet FDA’s deadline increases substantially.  

Innovit’s ‘UDI Multi-Connector’ is an automated, machine-to-machine data validation and submission system designed to address today’s needs for GUDID, as well as tomorrow’s needs for other global UDI recipients such as EUDAMED, NHS, and more.    

Whether your organization relies on a HIBC or a GTIN (or you’re looking for definitions on what those terms mean), 1WorldSync offers multiple solutions to send your data to the FDA. A primary benefit of submitting data through a 1WorldSync solution is that the data collected can be easily sent to other recipients, including GPOs, distributors, and other healthcare providers.

With the 1WorldSync UDI Solution, your business can prepare and validate medical device product information before the compliance deadline, giving you more time to focus on producing the quality products your customers and patients love.

One Process, One System and One-time Investment for Compliance. Advanced Readiness

Get ahead of the game and get back the time to focus on producing quality products your customers and patients love! For organizations manufacturing medical devices, 1WorldSync & Innovit experts can help organization prepare to meet the September 24, 2018 deadline through our comprehensive solutions.

Manufacturers can create a sustainable process to collect, manage, and distribute product content to all their UDI recipients, including FDA GUDID, EUDAMED, NHS, and others.

Make plans to visit Innovit and 1WorldSync at the UDI Conference taking place June 7-8 in Baltimore. Learn UDI implementation strategies and identify a sustainable process to successfully publish product content to the GUDID from our experts first-hand!

*GUDID – Global Unique Device Identification Database

The Struggle to Overcome Cross-Channel Commerce Challenges is Real

1WorldSync Omni-Channel Data Study: Charting Course for Global Commerce

A new data study commissioned by 1WorldSync highlighted some of the key challenges suppliers and retailers face when trying to achieve true cross-commerce capabilities.  The study surveyed 400 merchants and suppliers from Europe and the U.S. with more than $500 million in annual revenue, and uncovered key insights into the struggles that are faced in today’s omni-channel world.

As the global $1.9 trillion e-commerce landscape continues to expand, companies are facing difficulties successfully managing cross-channel commerce across continents, supply chains, and software systems, and are losing revenue as a result. Some even doubt the value of investing in these capabilities. In a key finding nearly half of global merchants and suppliers report having lost at least a million dollars in revenue to cross-channel commerce challenges.

The study sheds light on the apparent struggles both ends of the supply chain face in a fast paced market places where Artificial Intelligence, and online/mobile commerce emerge as top trends for consumers.

Merchants and Suppliers Face Significant Roadblocks in Navigating Cross-Channel Commerce

Key findings suggest that a majority of merchants and suppliers are not fully prepared to meet the varied demands of modern customers. Channel readiness is a significant struggle throughout the supply chain as e-commerce continues to evolve. Other data highlights include:

  • Future investment plans don’t address current e-commerce weakness: Forty-five percent of merchants and suppliers have lost more than $1 million in revenue due to cross-channel commerce challenges, and more than one in ten (13 percent) have lost more than $3 million.
  • Lack of content solutions hamper success: Half of merchants and suppliers do not use a third-party content provider, which hinders their ability to syndicate product content across channels and platforms.
  • Merchants lag when it comes to cross-channel commerce: Fifty-one percent of merchants cannot support mobile commerce, and 80 percent don’t integrate product information management across web, mobile, applications, and physical stores.

Market Leaders Show the Path Forward

While many merchants and suppliers surveyed struggle with different aspects of the retail experience, there are clear lessons to be learned from market leaders (defined as companies that complete 51 percent or more of sales online). For companies looking to learn from these market leaders and upgrade their e-commerce capabilities, top action items include:

  • Invest now in cross-channel capabilities: Sixty-five percent of market leaders have dedicated more than 30 percent of their commerce budget to digital and mobile commerce expansion in the last year. Today, 73 percent of merchant market leaders can fully execute mobile commerce, nearly 20 percent more than market laggards. Investments here help in the short and long term.
  • Engage with a third-party content provider: Eighty percent of market leaders use a third-party content provider, which is undoubtedly one reason this group reports greater visibility between trading partners.
  • Migrate to the cloud: Ninety-five percent of supplier market leaders use a cloud-based product information system, which simplifies the online sales process and enhances supply chain efficiency.

Blurred Lines & Blended Commerce – The Changing Face of Retail

“The shift in retail to the Internet is a huge change… every retail company is trying to manage the transition. It’s not well defined or understood and there’s no road map” said Simeon Gutman, a retailing analyst for Morgan Stanley (New York Times 2015).

Download a copy of our full data study here.

Win Consumers On Their Path To Purchase With Trusted Product Content

88% of consumers say that detailed product content is extremely or very important to their purchasing decision. (Google Shopping Guide, 2016).

Consumers expect rich and trusted product content on all channels: desktop to mobile.  Accurate, rich and timely product content is critical in the path to purchase from discovery to delight.

One may think that managing product content and data is easy, but the challenges include:

  • 10’s enterprise systems in typical back end to manage product data.
  • 100’s people sourcing, aggregating, cleansing data needed for commerce.
  • 1000’s trading partners requiring exchange data with in a variety of formats.
  • 10,000’s of websites, apps and 3rd parties, representing your product/brand to the consumer.

1WorldSync Omni-Channel Data Study: Charting Course for Connected Commerce

A new data study commissioned by 1WorldSync highlighted many of the key challenges suppliers and retailers face when trying to achieve true cross-commerce capabilities.  The study surveyed 400 merchants and suppliers from Europe and the U.S. with more than $500 million in annual revenue, and uncovered key insights into the struggles that are faced in today’s omni-channel world.

Key findings suggest that a majority of merchants and suppliers are not fully prepared to meet the varied demands of modern customers. One major data highlight emerged:

Lack of content solutions hamper success: Half of merchants and suppliers do not use a third-party content provider, which hinders their ability to syndicate product content across channels and platforms.

Trusted Content, Everytime, Everywhere

Brands and retailers need trusted, experienced experts to help them on their product content journey towards a single source of truth!

On May 24, 1WorldSync is pleased to partner with Progressive Grocer and GMA and host a webinar on how to “Win Consumers On Their Path To Purchase With Trusted Product Content”.

Join industry leaders from Tyson, Mondelez and 1WorldSync for a compelling discussion and Q&A on:

  • The evolution of the product content journey from supply chain to cross-channel commerce
  • How trusted content is curated and delivered anytime, everywhere
  • How to influence consumers with trusted product content strategies on the path to purchase
  • How to effectively navigate hurdles encountered while integrating cross-channel capabilities

Register Today!

 

Enabling Trusted Content Everytime in Every Channel

The majority of consumers (88%) say that detailed product content is extremely or very important to their purchasing decision (Google Shopping Guide, 2016).

Accurate and timely product content is critical in the path to purchase from discovery to delight. As digital pre-shopping, such as product research and comparative reviews, increasingly influence the shopping journey, so too increases consumer reliance on consumable content.

EnterWorks & 1WorldSync Q&A

This week, 1WorldSync’s Director of Professional Services, Data Source Solutions, Vanessa Lin, and EnterWorks CEO Rick Chavie joined for a Q&A. Together, they discussed the drivers of cross channel commerce and how EnterWorks and 1WorldSync are joining forces to pave the path for trusted content.

Vanessa Lin:

How is EnterWorks seeing new regulations and data requirements changing the way businesses must manage/distribute data?

Rick Chavie:

We have entered a new era of data standards. Whether it is the Google GTIN update last year which mandated that all brand-name products include the manufacturer-assigned GTIN number or the FDA regulations on nutritional content effective in May 2017, the growing insistence on data quality means online sellers including retailers, brands, and distributors must invest more in time, resources, and digital competencies to update product feeds continuously.

But the imposition of a single view of standard content across channels, while being pushed by the industry and government, pales in comparison to the role that the consumer is playing in driving the expectations for content to a new level.  Fickle or not, loyal or opportunistic, the consumer is now accustomed to having content that they need regarding their preferred products at their fingertips.  Correspondingly, the cost of poor and inconsistent content mounts as sellers increasingly realize that they now compete on content for share of mind and wallet.

Vanessa Lin:

Agreed! Competing with trusted product content consumers can rely on is critical. Consumers expect rich and trusted product content on all channels: desktop to mobile. What areas has EnterWorks observed where consumers are driving change?

Rick Chavie:

This is the age of content enthusiasts. Forrester Analyst Carlton Doty recently described our post-digital world, saying “customers aren’t just empowered by digital technology – they’re actually entitled. They think they deserve something, they want it now, and if you can’t provide it, they will quickly find it somewhere else.”  

Retailers, manufacturers and distributors must consider not only the effectiveness of product data, but how their content tells a story and creates differentiated experiences. Compelling, trusted product information that is consistent across channels is key. That’s where Product Information Management (PIM) and Master Data Management (MDM) solutions can help, by enabling companies to acquire, manage and transform product information into persuasive content. This content then drives higher sales and new competitive strengths through e-commerce Web, mobile, print and in-store digital channels.

Vanessa Lin:

Indeed, today’s shopping experience is driven by ‘I need to know’ moments for consumers. Given the consumer’s lofty expectations for an integrated cross-channel shopping experience, there is a steady race to remain relevant in a hyper-competitive retail environment.

A new data study commissioned by 1WorldSync highlighted some of the key challenges suppliers and retailers face when trying to achieve true cross-commerce capabilities.  For example, over half (53 percent) of merchants and suppliers experience a knowledge gap internally when it comes to understanding the value of cross-channel capabilities.

Let’s talk about how 1WorldSync and EnterWorks are working together to provide an end-to-end solution.

Rick Chavie:

The successful partnership between EnterWorks and 1WorldSync continues to hit exciting milestones, ushering in new clients, opportunities, and a powerful go-to-market strategy.

This builds on our news last year that EnterWorks received certification on Major Release 3 from 1WorldSync. The MjR3 certification expands the functionality for EnterWorks customers already connected to GDSN, and offers new users of EnterWorks’ PIM and MDM solutions the most advanced bi-directional data publishing and synchronization tools available.

Vanessa Lin:

Thanks, Rick! Overall, the EnterWorks/1WorldSync partnership brings enhanced access to richer, trusted product content to clients around the globe. We invite readers to learn more about the benefits of our partnership here.

1WorldSync and EnterWorks will both be exhibiting at GS1Connect on June 20-22 in Las Vegas. Visit EnterWorks booth #5 or 1WorldSync booth #17 to learn how the joint PIM solution can help your business.

Learn more about EnterWorks Enable GDSN Solution utilizing the 1WorldSync connector.

References

Have What It Takes To Win In A Post-Digital World? Forrester 2016 http://blogs.forrester.com/carlton_doty/16-05-04-have_what_it_takes_to_win_in_a_post_digital_world