The new solution features the UDEX
Product Data Quality (PDQ) and PDQ Firewall services, which map and transform standards-compliant data into the format required by the buyer or retailer, to reduce errors and improve product data-dependent processes.
Udex, which also has offices in the United States, has successfully commercialised the world's first electronic product data quality service for a growing customer base, which includes the likes of supermarket chains Iceland, Sainsbury's and Tesco.
Udex's technology also alleviates the problem of so-called no-scans, when check-out staff have to put in a fictitious code because one cannot be read on an item - leaving the supermarket unsure as to how many items have actually been sold.
UDEX provides on-line tools and services that allow manufacturers to harmonise the context of their product data to share with their retail and food service trading partners in a consistent manner.
Booker, part of The Big Food Group, and UDEX already provides 'Normalise' data for Iceland, the group's other retail giant.
OFSCI has established a best practice for the application of barcodes to units, cases and pallets throughout the food supply chain and providing a standard electronic method for synchronising structured product data via UDEX
, whose software is helping retailers to save millions of pounds by eliminating inaccurate data in their supply chains, has recruited one of Wales' leading semiconductor figures.
, which is the world's leading provider of product data quality (PDQ) management software and services, has successfully completed an additional round of venture capital backing.
of Newport has successfully commercialised the world's first electronic product data service for a growing customer base, which includes the likes of supermarket chains Iceland, Sainsbury's and Tesco.
The city also has a great many successful hi-tech com-panies in its popular business parks, such as semiconductor leader Surface Technology Systems, and barcode software expert UDEX
the UK leader in barcode computer systems, is now aiming to break into the giant US market.
Most of us have not heard of Udex
Ltd, but to major businesses such as Tesco and Procter & Gamble, it is a much-respected and much-used company.