Become a GS1 US
Certified Identification Partner

More and more retailers and marketplace platforms are requiring and verifying GS1 Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) from brand owners. Many small business and medium sized businesses don’t know where to find U.P.C.’s, or where and how to get started. Without guidance, small businesses may invest in non-GS1 identifiers that cannot be verified. That’s where you come in.

Through the Certified Identification Partner Program, Solution Partners will now be a source for their sellers to obtain a GS1 identifier. Brands will be linked directly to GS1 US via the partner website to enable the brand to license the identifier, as well as opt-in for that identifier to be passed back in near real-time to the Solution Partner.

Benefits

  • Expand your service offering and reach brand owners earlier in the lifecycle
  • Improved customer experience and stronger trust
  • Reduced risk of non-verifiable identifiers and improved seller confidence
  • Ability to push the data back into GS1 US Data Hub for exposure via Verified by GS1 (VbG)

Requirements

  • All GS1 US Certified Identification Partner Program companies must be members in good standing in the GS1 US Solution Partner Program.
  • Have at least one designated individual from your company achieve the GS1 US Certified Identification Professional status by completing the following online and classroom training courses and passing the professional designation exam for each
    • GS1 Standards Professional
    • GS1 US Certified Identification Professional
  • Sign GS1 US Certified Identification Program Agreement

Join our growing list of GS1 US Certified Identification Partners

  • Aarongraphics
  • AccuGraphiX
  • Avery Dennison Retail Information Services
  • InterTrade Systems Inc.
  • Label Interactive Technologies, Inc
  • Salsify
  • Kwikee, an sgsco Company
  • Syndigo

Interested in becoming a GS1 US Certified Identification Partner?

Fill out the form to the right and someone from our team will reach out to you regarding a free 30-minute consult.

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