Increase your ability to trace your entire production chain (RFID and more)
eBIZ standard aim to combat counterfeiting in the fashion industry
Digital Data Exchange
Use the eBIZ standard to use only one digital language in the fashion industry
Fashion companies in the supply chains are mutually dependent.
The full potential of digital communications can only be realised with times to market effectively reduced if ALL business partners are digitally integrated.
IT providers offering eBIZ compliant solutions enjoy a competitive advantage because they can support ANY of their fashion clients better.
eBIZ 4.0: the new step of the eBIZ initiative
A common language beyond borders
eBIZ is the European public private initiative pursuing the use and greater interoperability of digital communication across the fashion industry supply chain.
Why a standard language?
Reducing costs, erase errors and save time. A common language facilitates any company to set up data exchange with the new clients or suppliers, and improve quality of collaboration.
How does it work?
The company’s usual IT suppliers or other IT specialists consult the eBIZ Reference Architecture – a technical guiding document – and related online resources to create new or update existing connections with customers and suppliers.
What companies say?
cost reduction of orders management
cut down of personnel costs in production planning and scheduling
efficiency gain in the production planning and control
saved time to fulfill orders
The Reference Architecture is a Guide for the solution providers and the IT professionals of the companies.
It is a technical guiding document, supported by online resources [Learn more…] and compliance-check tools, that should be used by the IT professionals to achieve interoperability in their IT solutions.
The Architecture is public and free and defines agreed specifications on: Business Models, Business Processes, Data Models, Product Identification and Classification, Communication Protocols.
There are four main types of elements in the Architecture. The hereafter criteria of conformance indicate what is expected from users who wish to adopt the eBIZ Reference Architecture.
You can download the document using this link.
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