ANAHEIM, Calif. -- As the Uniform Code Council held its U Connect conference at the Hilton Anaheim Resort here last week, it marked the last conference at which its UCCnet subsidiary will serve as an item registry for data synchronization. That service will be assumed on Aug. 1 by a new Global Registry under the auspices of EAN International and UCC, though it will be operated by UCCnet. Unlike UCCnet, the new Global Registry will serve as a standard item registry worldwide. UCCnet will ...
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