14:41 Fri 24 Sep 2004 REF:1UCACCS4 TO: Duane NICKULL cc HIN Consultants Vice-Chair UN/CEFACT OIC Management Committee UNITED NATIONS ISSUE: s 30 - UN LAYOUT KEY Duane - further to your e-mail 10 Sep 2004 here are some suggestions for s30 Core Components-UN Layout Key: section (C) Core Components: Level (f) UN Layout Key r 30 Replace Slide Core Components - UN Layout Key Duane - following a number of discussions with e-Consultants this is an outline of a proposed UN Layout Key A e-Document Header Section B e-Document Body Section C e-Document Footer Section ONE OF THE MAJOR ISSUES IS THAT HAS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ELECTRONIC TRADE IS THAT THERE IS AN INDIVIDUAL E-INFORMATION CYCLE FOR EVERY ITEM. IN OTHER WORDS AN ELECTRONIC INVOICE AND ELECTRONIC PAYMENT IS REQUIRED FOR EACH ITEM. A SECTION A - HEADER To Include: a START TIME PREPARATION: b START DATE PREPARATION: c SENDER'S REFERENCE: d RECEIVER'S REFERENCE: e DOCUMENT FUNCTION: eg 1 Budget - confirmation authority to purchase and pay 2 Product Inquiry 3 Event Inquiry 4 Issue Inquiry 5 Person Inquiry 6 Confirmation of appointment 7 Report 1 Product Inquiry a Question b Response to question c Order d Order Acknowledgment e Goods Acceptance Confirmation f Invoice g Payment h Receipt of payment f DOCUMENT TOPIC This is an important field because it is the common reference that is transferred between every e-document in the e-business cycle. This is to overcome the problem where everybody has a different Reference Numbers for the same product g SENDER E-MAIL h SENDER TEL NUMBER i RECEIVER E-MAIL J RECEIVER TEL NUMBER B SECTION B - BODY If Product Inquiry a PRODUCT CODE b PRODUCT DESCRIPTION c PRODUCT QTY ORDERED d PRODUCT QTY DELIVERED e PRODUCT QTY OUTSTANDING There is no calculations carried out on the Goods Received Document and Goods Acceptance Document - need to have these documents to confirm that the product has been received by the customer The calculation is only carried out when the goods received note is received signed and the invoice is sent electronically C SECTION 5 - FOOTER The electronic footer for each document shows the path for each stage of the electronic transaction with the Electronic Notary for each stage of the Transaction The Electronic Invoice automatically calculates the Tax and sends it electronically to the Federal or State Treasury The Electronic Royalties are automatically calculated and sent to the appropriate Credit Account The Electronic Notary was first proposed by Francoise CHAMOUX at the TEDIS Legal Workshop in Brussels Jun 1989 This concept of an Electronic Notary supported our proposals to the Australian Insurance Industry in Oct 1988 a FINISH TIME: b FINISH DATE c ELECTRONIC NOTARY - May be an Industry Peak Body: NEXT STEPS Duane - it needs an organisation like UN/CEFACT to commission and map a series of UN Layout Keys for different Industries as the "market" and members of standards bodies will have vested interest to delay the process There will be one more comment/suggestions e-mails on 3 Interoperability with Paper Trade Regards Stephen GOULD Partner e-Projects HALISA INTERNATIONAL NETWORK 16:14 F 2004/09/24 Syd 2089 Time and date has to be linked to a universal location code or GPS so that the time differences can be automatically calculated for e-commerce transactions E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: SGG Expertise in Ecommerce > I think that the UN is better equipped to deal with this issue. I have > been working with UN/CEFACT for a while and recently got elected > as vice chair. Attached is a "DRAFT" PPT explaining our vision. > > Please also consider that these are DRAFT slides and are not approved > by the UN yet. The comments are most welcome however as we go > forward to develop the slides. > > I'll send out a later draft copy next week.