eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
The NEW eBIZ Reference
Architecture and
the online validation tool
CEN WS ...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
2 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Summary
Interoperability
• Reference Architectur...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
3 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
The problem (business perspective):
being networ...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
4 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
The problem (technology
perspective): B2B integr...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
6 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
The Reference Architecture concept
eBIZ Referenc...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
7 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
The Ref. Architecture domain
Trade
Textile Cloth...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
8 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
The architecture fits different
priorities in th...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
11 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Resources supporting the
Architecture
• Full on...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
12 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Summary
Interoperability
• Reference Architectu...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
13 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
CEN WS eBIZ RA update
1. Abstract business mode...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
Types of business
Logistics
Responsibility of
replenishment
Concessions
Co...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
15 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
eBIZ Production to retail processes
15 – Munich...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
Types of business
Logistics
Responsibility of
replenishment
Concessions
Co...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
Types of business
Logistics
Responsibility of
replenishment
Concessions
Co...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
Processo Activity
cyclic replenishment
program - CRP
Transfer of base arti...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
19 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
2. RFID usage support
• Support to EPC Gen 2 (t...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
20 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Improved downstream processes
20 – Munich, Febr...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
21 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
3. Customised products processes for
footwear s...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
22 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
4. Yarn production (laboratory tests
transmissi...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
23 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Process Activity
Fabric subcontracted darning S...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
24 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
5. eInvoices
Being aware of
• the position of t...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
25 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
6. AS4 based web service communication
The new ...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
26 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Summary
Interoperability
• Reference Architectu...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
7. Conformance and validation
1) Software packages correctly implementing ...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
• On-line artifacts (based on XML Schema and Schematron) in order
to check...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
29 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
eBIZ validation service
http://
www.ebiz-tcf.eu...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
30 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
eBIZ validation service/2
Line 13: standard UBL...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
31 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Summary
Interoperability
• Reference Architectu...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
• Processes supporting anticounterfeiting actions
(based on RFID or others...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
Conclusions
 CEN WS eBIZ consolidated existing eBIZ RA maintaining back
c...
eBIZ
Towards one eBusiness
Language for fashion
34 – Bruxelles, June, 2013
Thanks
Piero De Sabbata
ENEA, piero.desabbata@e...
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    1. 1. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion The NEW eBIZ Reference Architecture and the online validation tool CEN WS eBIZ Plenary session Brussels June 26th 2013 Piero De Sabbata (ENEA)
    2. 2. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 2 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Summary Interoperability • Reference Architecture short overview • Improvements in CEN eBIZ Workshop • Conformance and validation tool • Final considerations
    3. 3. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 3 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 The problem (business perspective): being networked • TRENDs: – Reduction of time to respond/deliver – Reduction of the size of the lots and increasing request for customised products (and services) – Increasing interdipendence between firms of the same supply chain • CONSEQUENCE: – NETWORKS (of knowledge, of demand, of supply, …) as a key factor of competitiveness – Better SERVICES are requested (control and planning) – INCREASING quantity of information/knowledge to exchange for unit of product • ICT systems are enablers (not sufficient but necessary): – CROSS organisation data flows are an issue high costs -> poor collaboration • Difficulties for firms, especially SMEs and TCF sector: technology but also organisation
    4. 4. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 4 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 The problem (technology perspective): B2B integration in many-to-many networks Applicative Integration (towards ERPs) Business processes Data models and semantic Data syntax (XML) Information Transport (Web services, ebXML MS) Domain/Applic. driven Technology driven CRITICAL AREA! Trade
    5. 5. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 6 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 The Reference Architecture concept eBIZ Reference Architecture defines (few) rules for the applications and the actors of the TCF supply chains REQUIREMENTS: • Neutrality • Low entry threshold • Scalability • Reusability • Pubblic access CONTENT: ● Business models ● Business processes ● Data models ● Product identification and classification ● Transport protocols (communication) It is not a software application It enables interoperable software applications It is a public Report supported by online Software resources
    6. 6. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 7 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 The Ref. Architecture domain Trade Textile Clothing production networks Yarns, fabrics, clothings Footwear production components, shoes Relationship to retail Final products Upstream DownstreamCEN/ISSS TexWeave Moda-ML CEN/ISSS FINEC CecMadeShoe SHOENET, SHOEBIZ CecMadeShoe CEN/ISSS TexWeave, OASIS UBL use profiles, GS1 GTIN, GLN, SSCC, EPC eBIZ: sectorial upstream specifications eBIZ: common downstream specifications
    7. 7. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 8 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 The architecture fits different priorities in the chain 2 key areas of a public general architecture: – manufacturing networks (upstream): Sector specific languages to obtain maximum performance & flexibility and to quickly react to market trends. – production to retail (downstream): Common cross-sectorial specifications to obtain maximum simplicity with “scalable” (modular) level of complexity to support different type of products. Mandatory global product identification.
    8. 8. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 11 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Resources supporting the Architecture • Full online technical documentation (user guides, XML samples, XSL, ..) • XML Schema for data models; • Schematron to support business rules and use profiles • ebBP representation of the PROCESSES (ISO15000) • On-line validation tool (based on xml schema + business rules)
    9. 9. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 12 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Summary Interoperability • Reference Architecture short overview • Improvements in CEN eBIZ Workshop • Conformance and validation tool • Final considerations
    10. 10. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 13 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 CEN WS eBIZ RA update 1. Abstract business models to be implemented through different processes (contribution from GS1 Germany); approach based on the concept of FUNCTION 2. eDocuments flows in parallel to RFID flows 3. Customised products processes for footwear sector 4. Yarn production (laboratory tests transmission, etc) 5. eInvoices 6. AS4 based web service communication 7. Conformance and validation
    11. 11. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion Types of business Logistics Responsibility of replenishment Concessions Consignment Store level Classical management Consignment DC level Commission VMI BMI Distribution Center CD 2 CD 1 Direct Delivery Invoicing Credit note PP Credit note SP./.Margin Invoice PP Invoice SP./.Margin Compensation key Modular System for Floor management Systems Complexity reduction of implemented business solutions by dividing up into 4 main components (Contribution from GS1 Germany) Downstream schema 1. Business models
    12. 12. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 15 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 eBIZ Production to retail processes 15 – Munich, February, 2013 Process (downstream) Activity cyclic replenishment program - CRP Transfer of base article catalogue (mandatory) Initial stocking of the area by retailer Periodic (weekly) replenishment (mandatory) Report of sales and inventory movements (mandatory) Invoicing Synchronizing of stock information (using RFID) Changes to the article catalogue (mandatory) classical preorder Initial transfer of order and article data (mandatory) Transfer of changes to the order Finalizing of the order Delivery (mandatory) Invoicing Report of sales data (mandatory) vendor managed inventory - VMI Initial stocking of the area by vendor (mandatory) Daily report of sales and inventory movement (mandatory) RFID based in between inventory Permanent replenishment (mandatory) Invoicing Returns initiated by the producer Price adjustments (mandatory) replenishment on customer demand Transfer of base article catalogue (mandatory) Periodic transfer of article availability information (mandatory) Initial stocking of the area by vendor and buyer (mandatory) Periodic replenishment (mandatory) Report of sales and inventory movements Invoicing (mandatory)
    13. 13. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion Types of business Logistics Responsibility of replenishment Concessions Consignment Store level Classical management Consignment DC level Commission VMI BMI Distribution Center CD 2 CD 1 Direct Delivery Invoicing Credit note PP Credit note SP./.Margin Invoice PP Invoice SP./.Margin Compensation key Modular System for Floor management Systems Complexity reduction of implemented business solutions by dividing up into 4 main components Downstream schema Business model classification
    14. 14. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion Types of business Logistics Responsibility of replenishment Concessions Consignment Store level Classical management Consignment DC level Commission BMI Distribution Center CD 2 CD 1 Direct Delivery Invoicing Credit note PP Credit note SP./.Margin Invoice PP Invoice SP./.Margin Compensation key Modular System for Floor management Systems Complexity reduction of implemented business solutions by dividing up into 4 main components (Contribution from GS1 Germany) Downstream schema for CRP Business model classification VMI
    15. 15. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion Processo Activity cyclic replenishment program - CRP Transfer of base article catalogue (mandatory) Initial stocking of the area by retailer Periodic (weekly) replenishment (mandatory) Report of sales and inventory movements (mandatory) Invoicing Synchronizing of stock information Changes to the article catalogue (mandatory) classical preorder Initial transfer of order and article data (mandatory) Transfer of changes to the order Finalizing of the order Delivery (mandatory) Invoicing Report of sales data (mandatory) vendor managed inventory - VMI Initial stocking of the area by vendor (mandatory) Daily report of sales and inventory movement (mandatory) Permanent replenishment (mandatory) Invoicing Returns initiated by the producer Price adjustments (mandatory) replenishment on customer demand Transfer of base article catalogue (mandatory) Periodic transfer of article availability information (mandatory) Initial stocking of the area by vendor and buyer (mandatory) Periodic replenishment (mandatory) Report of sales and inventory movements Invoicing (mandatory) Synchronizing of stock information (mandatory) Changes to the article catalogue (mandatory) Production to retail (downstream)
    16. 16. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 19 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 2. RFID usage support • Support to EPC Gen 2 (tags and readers) and EPC product identification specifications • Relevant RFID use cases list • Improvement of downstream processes with RFID usage • Improvement of data models related with RFID (Despatch Advices, Inventory reports, Darning commission orders…) in order to allow to communicate RFID codes in parallel to the goods flows • Pays attention to NFC technologies for future developments (Contributions from GS1 Germany, LOGIS LAB, LAB#ID)
    17. 17. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 20 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Improved downstream processes 20 – Munich, February, 2013 Process (downstream) Activity cyclic replenishment program - CRP Transfer of base article catalogue (mandatory) Initial stocking of the area by retailer Periodic (weekly) replenishment (mandatory) Report of sales and inventory movements (mandatory) Invoicing Synchronizing of stock information (using RFID) Changes to the article catalogue (mandatory) classical preorder Initial transfer of order and article data (mandatory) Transfer of changes to the order Finalizing of the order Delivery (mandatory) Invoicing Report of sales data (mandatory) vendor managed inventory - VMI Initial stocking of the area by vendor (mandatory) Daily report of sales and inventory movement (mandatory) RFID based in between inventory Permanent replenishment (mandatory) Invoicing Returns initiated by the producer Price adjustments (mandatory) replenishment on customer demand Transfer of base article catalogue (mandatory) Periodic transfer of article availability information (mandatory) Initial stocking of the area by vendor and buyer (mandatory) Periodic replenishment (mandatory) Report of sales and inventory movements Invoicing (mandatory)
    18. 18. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 21 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 3. Customised products processes for footwear sector: Manufacturing networks (footwear) Process Activity Component supply Transfer Of Order Status Report Technical Specification Delivery Product Design Transfer of Model Design Pre-Series order Status Report Delivery Customised made shoes for health sector Technical Specification for custom product Transfer Of custom product order Custom Component Supply Status Report for custom product Delivery of custom product Technical Specification for custom product Fashion custom made shoes Technical Specification for custom product Transfer of custom product order Custom Component Supply Status Report for custom product Delivery of custom product (Contributions from INESCOP)
    19. 19. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 22 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 4. Yarn production (laboratory tests transmission, etc) in Manufacturing networks (textile-clothing) To support high quality yarn supplying • Modelling of new “YARN selection” activity • New YARNQualityReport, YARNOfferRequest, YARNOffer and YARN Technical Sheet (supporting data to identify the yarn-article and to specify manufacturing characteristics and mechanical-physical-chemical properties) (Contributions from Tecnotessile, CentroCOT, X-Rite, Cariaggi, Marchi & Fildi, Domina)
    20. 20. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 23 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Process Activity Fabric subcontracted darning Subcontracted fabric darning Fabric subcontracted manufacturing Subcontracted warping Subcontracted weaving Subcontracted fabric dyeing-finishing Subcontracted fabric printing Fabric supply Selection of fabrics Purchase of fabrics Fabric delivery with quality reporting by Producer Despatch of fabrics with groupage (Alternative to the previous one) Fabric delivery with quality reporting by Controller (Alternative to the previous one) Invoicing of fabrics Garment accessory supply Purchase of Garment accessory Delivery of Garment accessories Knitwear subcontracted manufacturing Knitting and assembling Knitwear finishing On line stock service Offer stocks on-line Yarn subcontracted manufacturing Subcontracted dyeing of raw material Subcontracted spinning of raw material Subcontracted yarn twisting Subcontracted yarn dyeing Yarn supply Selection of yarn Purchase of yarn Delivery of yarn 4. Yarn production (laboratory tests transmission, etc) Manufacturing networks (textile-clothing)
    21. 21. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 24 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 5. eInvoices Being aware of • the position of the European Commission communication COM(2010)712 final about electronic invoicing • the experiences of countries where it is already mandatory in public procurement • the initiatives running at CEN, ISO, UN/CEFACT, OASIS,… The eBIZ Invoice data model supports all the information required by the 2010/45/EU directive. NOTE that • the need for the issuer to manage possible additional national requirements • issues related to signature and storage are out of the scope of eBIZ (Contributions from ENEA)
    22. 22. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 25 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 6. AS4 based web service communication The new AS4 protocol has been adopted in order to support Web Services in a four corners model The four-corner model (used in various domains, for example EU PEPPOL) is currently being standardized within the OASIS Business Document Exchange (BDX) committee. (Contributions from Sonnenglanz and ENEA)
    23. 23. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 26 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Summary Interoperability • Reference Architecture short overview • Improvements in CEN eBIZ Workshop • Conformance and validation tool • Final considerations
    24. 24. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 7. Conformance and validation 1) Software packages correctly implementing eBIZ must be recognised («conformance») 2) Minimise risk of interoperability gap between applications (thus time to setup inter-company collaborations) WHY? WHAT: MINIMAL CRITERIA An application can be eBIZ compliant even if it satisfies only a core subset of the whole specification (we speak about different levels of conformance) the minimal core subset is constituted by semantics and data models and syntax used for each of the implemented transaction, none excluded (‘eBIZ-conformance to document level for a specific process’).
    25. 25. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion • On-line artifacts (based on XML Schema and Schematron) in order to check XML Document conformance to eBIZ semantic and data models • eBIZ-TCF document Validator: a web application (basedon the delivered artifacts) to automatically check XML documents. • Validator has a twofold role: • To assist developers when testing their implementations in order to improve their correctness • To support the eBIZ experts in the formal validation of the documents submitted by an eBIZ compliant candidate 7. Conformance and validation/2 HOW?
    26. 26. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 29 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 eBIZ validation service http:// www.ebiz-tcf.eu/index.php/2012-09-20-14-10-25/news-upcoming-events/13-news/
    27. 27. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 30 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 eBIZ validation service/2 Line 13: standard UBL element is not admitted in eBIZ use profile (restriction) Line 36: an element is required to have a LEGAL invoice (but not for internal use) LINE 145: a business rule allows to check the value of an element against an expression involving two others
    28. 28. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 31 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Summary Interoperability • Reference Architecture short overview • Improvements in CEN eBIZ Workshop • Conformance and validation tool • Final considerations
    29. 29. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion • Processes supporting anticounterfeiting actions (based on RFID or others) • NFC (Near Field Communication) technologies use • Made to measure/customised apparel processes • Traceability, Origin certificates, … • Systematic support to interoperability between ERP and CRM and eCommerce platforms • International multi-tier logistic What is out of the present RA but might be in the future
    30. 30. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion Conclusions  CEN WS eBIZ consolidated existing eBIZ RA maintaining back compatibility  Systematization of business models create a solid platform for future business processes improvements  New sector specific processes and activity have been modelled demonstrating the capability of incremental growth of the RA  A number of organisations directly contributed to new developments.
    31. 31. eBIZ Towards one eBusiness Language for fashion 34 – Bruxelles, June, 2013 Thanks Piero De Sabbata ENEA, piero.desabbata@enea.it www.ebiz-tcf.eu eBIZ group on

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