UNSPSC


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UNSPSCUnited Nations Standard Products and Services Code
UNSPSCUniversal Standard Products and Services Classification
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The United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) system is a classification made by the U.N.
Operator sites validate category information for industry codes via NAICS, product and service classifications via UNSPSC, and geographical codes via ISO 3166.
For commodity information and code management in GePS, PPS introduced United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC), used in e-commerce throughout the world.
In the Spanish CICYT project CONTENTWEB (TIC2001-2745), we created WEBPICKER to perform ontology learning from electronic-commerce (e-commerce) standards for product and service classification (UNSPSC, ROSETTANET, and E-CL@SS).
To facilitate small orders, the software offers credit card payment facilities and aids to streamline export documentation, including built-in harmonized tariff codes and United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) categorization tools.
The four industry-standard taxonomies include MeSH (Medical Subject Headings), SIC (Standard Industrial Classification System), UNSPSC (Universal Standard Products and Services Classification), and Geography Codes.
* UNSPSC (Universal Standard Products and Services Classification)--A 13,000-plus category taxonomy that is an open, global standard for providing a logical framework for classifying products and services of all kinds throughout the world.
Zycus' AutoClass, a Universal Standard Products and Services Classification (UNSPSC) classification solution for eCatalogs, is an automated solution for classifying products into one or more of 13,000 categories and for standardizing content required for electronic commerce initiatives, such as eProcurement.
Also, multiple coding classifications such as the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) or Requisite Unified Structure (RUS) must be supported to permit drill downs and internal commodity tracking.
With the development of the United Nations Common Coding System (UNSPSC) and such automated systems as Dun & Bradstreet's electronic coding process, it's now possible to classify purchased products and services more easily and efficiently in a universally accepted classification system.(3) Thanks to such capabilities, one aerospace company was able to classify more than 97 percent of the two million parts it purchased each year.