Lancashire based, BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd is one of the first companies accredited in the UK, under the new ‘Solution Partner Accreditation’ scheme from Supply Chain Standards body, GS1 UK. The award is a stamp of approval from GS1 UK, for the company’s knowledge and understanding of GS1 standards and the GS1 System; and follows client-facing staff at BEC, being amongst the first in the country, to pass the accreditation examinations.
Accreditation in Barcoding
BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd, who specialise in the design and deployment of Automated Data Capture and Identification solutions for the supply chain; recently received the accreditation for their barcoding capabilities, which provide clients’ with full product traceability from shop floor through to delivery. The accreditation validates BEC’s knowledge and understanding of global GS1 standards.
Operations Director at BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd, Tony Hampson said, "We are delighted to receive the GS1 Solution Partner Accreditation. The accreditation demonstrates our commitment to help our customers fully comply with the global standards set out by GS1. Being part of GS1’s Solution Partner program will help BEC further improve its solutions and give our customers a competitive edge".
Stuart Kiernan, Business Development Manager at BEC continued, "This Accreditation will give our clients confidence in the information we provide and demonstrates our continued commitment to being experts in the field of Supply Chain Automation".
Developed by GS1, the accreditation scheme displays a duty of care to GS1 members; providing assurance that they can find a solution partner who understands and can implement GS1 compliant solutions.
"GS1 UK’s Solution Provider accreditation scheme offers vendors an opportunity to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Becoming accredited by GS1 UK demonstrates a company’s knowledge and understanding of GS1 standards and the GS1 System", said Steve Watson, GS1 UK Solution Provider Programme Manager.
GS1 UK is a member of the worldwide organisation, GS1. There are 108 GS1 member organisations, operating across multiple sectors and industries, in 150 countries. Dedicated to improving efficiency and communications throughout the supply chain, GS1 sets standards, using unique numbers, for global use, that make the reliable identification of products and assets possible.