ISO 8000

ISO 8000 is the global standard for Data Quality and Enterprise Master Data. It describes the features and defines the requirements for standard exchange of Master Data among business partners. It establishes the concept of Portability as a requirement for Enterprise Master Data, and the concept that true Enterprise Master Data is unique to each organization.

Master Data is commonly used to manage critical business information about products, services and materials, constituents, clients and counterparties, and for certain immutable transactional and operational records. Application of this standard has already proven it can significantly reduce procurement costs, promote inventory rationalization, and deliver greater efficiency and cost savings in supply chain management.

The ISO 8000 standard was first proposed in 2002, and the first components were approved in 2009. Part 115, which describes "Quality Identifier Prefixes" for "Quality Identifiers," was approved in 2017. Several important enhancements are currently under development, including Part 116 (see the Key Concepts, below). Many successful organizations have already adopted Master Data, and its precursor, Reference Data, and the core elements of the maturing standard are quickly being adopted by many Fortune 500 corporations. Around the world, Government agencies in major economies involved in the supervision and regulation of financial and commodities markets, telecommunications, media, high technology and military have adopted a wide range of ISO 8000 Master Data strategies, and several are establishing audits and controls based upon ISO 8000.

ISO 8000 is one of the emerging technology standards that large and complex organizations are turning to in order to improve business processes and control operational costs. The standard is in the process of being published as a number of separate documents, which ISO calls "parts".

ISO 8000 is being developed by ISO technical committee TC 184, Automation systems and integration, sub-committee SC 4, Industrial data. Like other ISO and IEC standards, ISO 8000 is copyrighted and is not freely available.[1]

Key Concepts

Master Data: Master data represents the business objects which are agreed on and shared across the enterprise. It can cover relatively static reference data, transactional, unstructured, analytical, hierarchical and metadata. It is the primary focus of the discipline of Master Data Management (MDM). This discipline used to be predominantly taken care of by Information Technology (IT) departments but can equally well be justified as a business function, with IT providing the required technology.

Quality Identifier: A Quality Identifier is an internal product or services identifier or key that is issued and "owned" by an organization and used to resolve a product or service to the minimum ISO 8000 quality data set required to validate the identifier.

SmartPrefixTM: An ISO 8000-115 SmartPrefix is a unique name or alpha-numeric character string that is used by manufacturers and distributors to uniquely identify products and replacements parts and link them to corresponding ISO Technical Specifications (ISO/TS).

Authoritative Legal Entity Identifier (ALEI): An ISO 8000-116 ALEI is an identifier issued by the administrative agency for the governing body of a nation, state, or community for a physical or juridical person for which they have granted legal status. Part 116 is in Committee Draft status within ISO and is expected to be published as an International Standard in 2018.

Authoritative Item Identifier - An AII is a primary key or system identifier for a product or service that is defined in a dictionary and in an ISO 22745 XML specification in standard format that uses property or attribute value pairs for the item characteristics.

Portability - Data portability is achieved when data is formatted using an agreed and known syntax and when the semantic encoding of the content is explicit. ISO

Published parts

The following parts have already been published:

  • ISO/TS 8000-1:2011, Data quality — Part 1: Overview[2]
  • ISO 8000-2:2017, Data quality — Part 2: Vocabulary[3]
  • ISO 8000-8:2015, Data quality — Part 8: Information and data quality: Concepts and measuring[4]
  • ISO 8000-61:2016, Data quality — Part 61: Data quality management: Process reference model[5]
  • ISO 8000-100:2016, Data quality — Part 100: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Overview[6]
  • ISO 8000-102:2009, Data quality — Part 102: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Vocabulary (Withdrawn)[7]
  • ISO 8000-110:2009, Data quality — Part 110: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Syntax, semantic encoding, and conformance to data specification[8]
  • ISO 8000-115:2017, Data quality — Part 115: Master data: Exchange of quality identifiers: Syntactic, semantic and resolution requirements[9]
  • ISO 8000-120:2016, Data quality — Part 120: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Provenance[10]
  • ISO 8000-130:2016, Data quality — Part 130: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Accuracy[11]
  • ISO 8000-140:2016, Data quality — Part 140: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Completeness[12]
  • ISO/TS 8000-150:2011, Data quality — Part 150: Master data: Quality management framework[13]
  • ISO/TS 8000-311:2012, Data quality — Part 311: Guidance for the application of product data quality for shape (PDQ-S)[14]

Further reading

  • Benson, Peter (2008), NATO Codification System as the foundation for ISO 8000, the International Standard for data quality (Oil IT Journal) (PDF)
  • Benson, Peter (2009), ISO 8000 — A new international standard for data quality
  • Benson, Peter (2010), Peter Benson discusses the certification options of ISO 8000 (Live Recording)
  • ISO 8000 data quality eccma
  • ISO 8000 ECCMA
  • SmartPrefix Website
  • Authoritative Legal Entity Identifier (ALEI)

References

  1. ^ ISO copyright policy
  2. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-1:2011
  3. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-2:2017
  4. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-8:2015
  5. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO-61:2016
  6. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-100:2016
  7. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-102:2009
  8. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-110:2009
  9. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-115
  10. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-120:2016
  11. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-130:2016
  12. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO 8000-140:2016
  13. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-150:2011
  14. ^ ISO catalogue page for ISO/TS 8000-311:2012
Data quality

Data quality refers to the condition of a set of values of qualitative or quantitative variables. There are many definitions of data quality but data is generally considered high quality if it is "fit for [its] intended uses in operations, decision making and planning". Alternatively, data is deemed of high quality if it correctly represents the real-world construct to which it refers. Furthermore, apart from these definitions, as data volume increases, the question of internal data consistency becomes significant, regardless of fitness for use for any particular external purpose. People's views on data quality can often be in disagreement, even when discussing the same set of data used for the same purpose. Data cleansing may be required in order to ensure data quality.

EOTD

eOTD is the acronym for the ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary. The dictionary is a language-independent database of concepts with associated terms, definitions and images used to unambiguously describe individuals, organizations, locations, goods, services, processes, rules, and regulations. The eOTD is maintained by the Electronic Commerce Code Management Association (ECCMA).

Electronic Commerce Code Management Association

The Electronic Commerce Code Management Association (ECCMA) is an international not for profit membership association founded in 1999 with mission to research, develop and promote better quality data for use in electronic commerce.

The Association first developed the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) as a global commodity classification and went on to develop the ECCMA Open Technical Dictionary (eOTD) to allow the creation and exchange of unambiguous, language independent master data, data that identifies and describes individuals, organizations, locations, goods, services, processes, rules and regulations. The eOTD is based on the Federal Cataloging System and the NATO Codification System, the systems used to manage the world’s largest shared inventory developed by the Department of Defense and members of NATO and used today in over 50 countries.

ECCMA is the project leader for ISO 22745 (Open technical dictionaries and their application to master data) and ISO 8000 (Data quality).

ECCMA is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited administrator of the US technical advisory group (US TAG) to ISO Technical Committee 184 Sub Committee 4 (ISO TC 184/SC 4), a leading ISO technical committee responsible for the development and maintenance of international standards for industrial data.

ECCMA is a Type A Liaison organization to ISO TC 184/SC 4.

ISO/TC 184/SC 4

ISO/TC 184/SC 4 is an international standards organization responsible for industrial data. ISO/TC 184/SC 4 develops and maintains ISO standards that describe and manage industrial product data throughout the life of the product. ISO/TC 184/SC 4, Industrial data, is Subcommittee 4 of ISO/TC 184, Automation systems and integration, which is Technical Committee 184 of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

ISO 10303

ISO 10303 is an ISO standard for the computer-interpretable representation and exchange of product manufacturing information. Its official title is: Automation systems and integration — Product data representation and exchange. It is known informally as "STEP", which stands for "Standard for the Exchange of Product model data". ISO 10303 can represent 3D objects in Computer-aided design (CAD) and related information.

List of International Organization for Standardization standards

This is a list of published International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards and other deliverables. For a complete and up-to-date list of all the ISO standards, see the ISO catalogue.The standards are protected by copyright and most of them must be purchased. However, about 300 of the standards produced by ISO and IEC's Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1) have been made freely and publicly available.

List of International Organization for Standardization standards, 8000-8999

This is a list of published International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards and other deliverables. For a complete and up-to-date list of all the ISO standards, see the ISO catalogue.The standards are protected by copyright and most of them must be purchased. However, about 300 of the standards produced by ISO and IEC's Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC1) have been made freely and publicly available.

UNSPSC

The United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) is a taxonomy of products and services for use in eCommerce. It is a four-level hierarchy coded as an eight-digit number, with an optional fifth level adding two more digits.

Version 16, released in 2014, contained over 50,000 commodities. The latest release of the code set is 19.0501 (as of July 2016).The UNSPSC competes with a number of other product and commodity coding schemes, including the European Union's Common Procurement Vocabulary, Germany's Eclass, and GS1's Global Product Classification.

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