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Product Labeling General Information & System Implementation Concept 2009-01-29 Jochen Wienke International Operations Product Label Types 1) Standard Hang Tags: Sport/Lifestyle/Fashion/Life Hang Tags (in different sizes), Sandal Hang Tag, King Hang Tag, Gore Tex Hang Tag Hang Tags 2) Optional Hang Tags: MSRP Hang Tag, Puma Japan Red Shoe Hangtag, Puma Japan Black Shoe Hangtag, Korean Hang Tag, Korean Barcode Hang Tag (with detachable barcode) – maybe different versions also used in other countries Standard Shoebox Barcode Label, Small Shoebox Barcode Label, Standard Apparel/Accessories Barcode Barcode Stickers Label, Small Size Apparel/Accessories Barcode Label, Puma Japan Standard Size Shoebox Label, Sock Barcode Sticker with Material Description Shoe Tongue Labels Security Labels Pictogram Labels Care Instruction Labels Woven & Heat Transfer Size Labels Neck Labels Country of Origin should be printed on Care Label in future and Neck Label is optional (only attached for Customers who explecitely request it). ("Made in…") Other Product Labels Safety Boot CE Info Booklet (Tretorn), Tretorn Size Hang Tag, Poly Bags, Header Cards and Packaging Items International Operations Confidential – for internal use only. Product Label Types Hang Tag & Barcode Sticker Subtypes Hang Tag Subtype Examples: Barcode Sticker Subtype Examples: International Operations Confidential – for internal use only. Product Labeling IT System Implementation Steps • As first implementation steps, information regarding Hang Tags, Optional Product Labels and Barcode Stickers should be included into international IT systems and the information flow of PRM, PID and GBS to the recipient systems of suppliers and label vendors • In further steps late on, also other Product Label Types (as mentioned above) should be considered in a similar way • Additionally, beside Product Labeling, also Packaging Items should be considered in future in a similar way. E.g. definition of poly bags, header cards, etc… International Operations Confidential – for internal use only. Product Labeling Information Flow (Concept) I New Data Fields for Article Master and Ordering Standard Optional Barcode Sticker Hang Tags Product Labels •Style Level (season dependend) •Style Level (season dependend) •Style Level (season dependend) •Currently maintained regarding APP in •E.g. customer specific additional hang tags •One reference data field with possibility of PRM/BOM, should be maintained in or optional Neck Label single selection and definition of reference future in Style Brief for all Product values for one Product Division only or all Divisions Product Divisions •With implementation in PRM/PID article specific optional hang tags can be supported •One reference data field with possibility •Customers can "overrule" standard of multiple selection and definition of PRM/PID article setting along with their GBS reference values for one Product Division •One reference data field with multiple selection possibility orders for realization of a customer specific only or all Product Divisions labeling (e.g. along with MSRP Hang Tag no barcode sticker to print) •There should be a catalogue flag •References are different to those of included in PRM for a Hang Tag reference Standard Hang Tags or other mandatory Product Label fields •In case of Footwear (but maybe also an option for other product divisions), a •Usually, Standard Hang Tags are reference value "Size Dependent" is set by included in the product price as defined •Should be used for all Product Divisions default and the field Label Type in PID on in PRM/PID size level is used for a definition. This field •Customers can "overrule" standard should be preset in dependence of the PRM/PID article settings along with their selected Packing Type (means size of shoe GBS orders for realization of a customer box), but also changeable manually to a specific labeling different value. •Usually, optional Product Labels lead to labeling surcharges to the product price for the customer International Operations Confidential – for internal use only. Product Labeling Information Flow (Concept) II References and Style Data Article Dependend Label Information Customer Dependend Label Information Optional Product Labels Order Data Barcode Sticker Order Data Standard Hang Tags Barcode Sticker Style Data (APP, ACC, Style Data (FTW) FTW) Customers Optional Product Labels FTW PLM Style Data (APP, ACC, WC Customer FTW) XML Interface Order Barcode Sticker Style Data (APP, ACC) PRM/PID Interface PRM + Update PID GBS Download Label Data XML Interface Standard Hang Tags References (FTW, APP, ACC) Optional Product Labels References (FTW, APP, ACC) IO Barcode Sticker References (FTW, APP, ACC) Label Suppliers International Operations Confidential – for internal use only. Product Labeling Information Flow (Concept) III Specifications Standard Hang Tags (APP&ACC) Standard Hang Tags (FTW) Optional Product Labels Barcode Sticker Standard Hang Tags Specifications (APP & ACC?) Standard Hang Tags Specifications (FTW) APP Optional Product Labels Int'l R&D Specifications IO Barcode Sticker Specifications PDF File Label Suppliers TSA WC WC PDF File International Operations Confidential – for internal use only. Product Labeling System Implementation Notes • In TSA, currently regarding (Standard) Hang Tags references, alphanumeric ID numbers are used. However, in PRM numeric sorting numbers should be used (as with other references used across systems like PID and subsidiary systems). As first implementation step, the respective TSA alphanumeric ID number should be added to the PRM reference description. So the recipient of label information can assign the label to the corresponding label ID. In later steps, it can be thought of whether it's senseful to harmonize IDs across systems. • Within PRM, data should be useable as well in other relevant modules (e.g. cost sheets), so multiple maintenance of the same data can be avoided. • There will be further meetings arranged by PRM team and PRM users in how far PRM GUI can help to enhance data input as far as possible. E.g. default values by Product Division, build of "Label Packages" for combinations used a lot of times, other group and dependency functions, etc … However, from database point of view, respectively inteface to PID, only single label records should be included in references and style data. • For both multiple selection data fields "Standard Hang Tags" and "Optional Product Labels", up to 20 label references at a time can be assigned to a style (from a theoretically unlimited number of reference records available). This definition is required for flat file interfaces (such as PRM-PID interface). Non-flat-file interfaces are instantly set up to handle theoretically an unlimited number of records. • The data fields on style level should be included in update download from PRM to PID. Updates done in PRM for a certain style season overwrite in PID complete previous setting of the respective data field, but only for the season where style brief is edited. International Operations Confidential – for internal use only.
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