Centre for Identification Systems and e-Business Operations

https://www.ids.by/  
220072 Minsk, Academicheskaja str. 15/2

Global Location Number (GLN) Assignment Services

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BO10315

PUBLISHED

2024-04-26

LAST UPDATE

2024-04-28

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Responsible
Aliaksandr Reshetniak
+375 17 373 3080
areshetnyak@ids.by
Summary
The Center for Identification Systems offers consumers services for assigning enterprises a Global Location Number (GLN) necessary to ensure work with electronic invoices under an outsourcing agreement and is looking for partners intwerested in a distribution services agreement.
Description
The most widely used system of standards for identification in international supply chains is developed and maintained by the International GS1 Association, a neutral, non-profit, global organization. GS1 standards are designed to improve the efficiency, security and transparency of supply chains across various economic sectors. Through its local national member organizations in 116 countries around the world, GS1 works with trading partner communities, industry communities, governments and technology providers to quickly respond to their business needs by adopting and implementing global standards. Globally, more than six billion transactions are performed every day in 156 countries using GS1 standards. More information can be found on the website www.GS1.org.
In May 1998, the Association GS1 Bel. was assigned the prefix 481, which means that all registered users of GS1 barcodes by the GS1 Bel Association (formerly EAN of Belarus) were and are assigned Global GCP Company Numbers starting with these numbers, and GTIN barcodes on their products also begin with numbers 481.
Obtaining a GLN number is necessary to ensure work with electronic invoices. The mechanism for generating and exchanging electronic invoices is provided by EDI providers.
The competitiveness of business entities of the Republic of Belarus in the domestic and foreign markets largely depends on the compliance of national mechanisms for regulating domestic and foreign trade with international standards and recommendations based on long-term trends in the development of commodity exchange technologies.
One of these trends is electronic commerce, which is based on technologies for automatic identification of subjects and objects of trade, electronic data exchange and automation of relevant business processes. At the same time, e-commerce ensures coverage of the entire logic of interaction between participants in business transactions in the form of standardized electronic messages and documents accompanying business processes: from ordering a product (service) to its shipment, delivery, accounting and payment.
EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) is a series of standards and conventions for the transfer of structured digital information between organizations, based on certain regulations and formats for transmitted messages.
The standardized definition of EDI or EDI as “electronic data exchange, in which structured information is transmitted and received in accordance with international and national standards using computer technology” is given in the state standard STB 2353-2014 “Electronic data interchange. Requirements for electronic document flow operators”, developed and put into effect in accordance with the instructions of the Government of the Republic of Belarus regarding the implementation of the procedure for creating, transferring and receiving ETTN and ETN.
Scientific and engineering republican unitary enterprise "Interindustry scientific and practical center for identification systems and electronic business transactions" of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (State
The enterprise "Center for Identification Systems") has been appointed as an authorized body (in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Belarus dated October 28, 2008 No. 433-Z "On the basics of administrative procedures" regarding the issuance of an EDI provider certificate. (in Russian)
Read more. (in Russian)
Advantages and Innovations
The competitiveness of business entities of the Republic of Belarus in the domestic and foreign markets largely depends on the compliance of national mechanisms for regulating domestic and foreign trade with international standards and recommendations based on long-term trends in the development of commodity exchange technologies.

One of these trends is electronic commerce, which is based on technologies for automatic identification of subjects and objects of trade, electronic data exchange and automation of relevant business processes. At the same time, e-commerce ensures coverage of the entire logic of interaction between participants in business transactions in the form of standardized electronic messages and documents accompanying business processes: from ordering a product (service) to its shipment, delivery, accounting and payment.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Sector group
ICT Industry & Services
Retail

Organization information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
2006
NACE keywords
J.61.90 - Other telecommunications activities
J.62.09 - Other information technology and computer service activities
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
The scientific and engineering republican unitary enterprise “Interindustry Scientific and Practical Center for Identification Systems and Electronic Business Operations” (State Enterprise “Cenrer for Identification Systems”) was created in 2006 as a specialized organization in the field of automatic identification technologies and electronic business operations.

In accordance with Government Decree No. 1116 of August 22, 2011, the Center is the lead organization in the Republic of Belarus for scientific and methodological support for the creation and operation of information resources about goods (products), their automatic identification, as well as ensuring electronic document flow in commodity distribution networks and processes e-commerce.

The functions of the Center are determined by the Charter and Resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus dated 09/07/2006. No. 1152 (in Russian):
- conducting scientific research in the field of electronic business;
- development and implementation of international and national standards on technologies for automatic identification of products, goods, services;
- turnkey supply of integration solutions for monitoring systems for commodity and transport flows based on modern information and communication technologies;
- design of automated information and logistics systems based on bar coding, radio frequency (RFID) identification and electronic document management technologies;
- creation and maintenance of national information resources and product range databases based on international standards and e-commerce technologies.

Main directions of scientific and practical work:
- formation and support in the information resources of the GS1 system of Belarus of international product identification numbers applied in the form of bar and radio frequency codes, incl. maintaining the Republican register (depository) of bar codes;
- organizing the functioning of the Bank of electronic passports of goods (master data) as a basic information resource for electronic business purposes;
- design, implementation and maintenance of state, interdepartmental and industry information resources and systems based on identification and traceability technologies;
- electronic document management (in product supply chains, office and corporate office work, e-commerce);
- research and development in the field of RFID technologies;
- IoT-based monitoring systems.

Services:
- consulting in the field of international standards for product numbering, bar coding, RFID technologies, electronic document management and product supply chain management based on these standards;
- development and turnkey delivery of automated information systems and technologies based on international standards for automatic identification and e-business;
- formation, maintenance and up-to-date maintenance of a national register (depository) of goods marked with international identification (bar and radio frequency) codes with the prefix of the Republic of Belarus “481”;
- maintaining the “Bank of Electronic Passports of Goods” - a republican information system of basic information (master data) about goods produced and sold on the territory of the Republic of Belarus for the purposes of automated accounting in commodity distribution networks and conducting e-commerce processes;
- support of the AITS system - System for identification, registration, traceability of animals and products of animal origin in the Republic of Belarus;
- verification (checking the legality of use and quality of application) of bar codes and radio frequency tags.
Certification standards
Стандартизация в области автоматической идентификации и электронного обмена данными (EDI) в Республике Беларусь Подробнее..
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Distribution services agreement
Outsourcing agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers interested in purchasing services to assign companies a Global Location Number (GLN) necessary to ensure work with electronic invoices under an outsourcing agreement.

Partners interested in purchasing services for assigning a Global Location Number (GLN) to enterprises necessary to ensure work with electronic invoices under a distribution services agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500 MNE
> 500
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University
Sole proprietor

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