Standards and Memberships
Many markets and industries B2BE operate in, have organizations that set standards which B2BE supports and adheres to and are members of.
B2BE maintains a membership of these industry bodies so B2BE can support these standards within the industry and offer a homogenous approach to the marketing of B2BE’s products and solutions for the market or industry.
B2BE is associated or has a membership to the following organizations and industry bodies:
B2BE is a certified ISO/IEC 27001 organization, one of only a few in the sector in which B2BE operates. B2BE follows globally recognized security, privacy controls, and processes that form part of our core business offering and ethos.
B2BE is an Alliance Associate Partner with GS1 Australia. GS1’s standards are the global language of business. Designed to enable clear exchanges between trading partners, they help keep costs down and reduce supply chain complexity. Speak to B2BE Australia to see how they can support GS1’s standards locally.
B2BE Netherlands is a GS1 Partner with GS1 Netherlands. Every day, all over the world, GS1 helps identify, capture, share, and use an incredible amount of data relating to their members’ supply chains. Speak to B2BE Netherlands to see how they can support GS1’s standards locally.
GS1 New Zealand
B2BE New Zealand is an Alliance Member of GS1. GS1 believes in the power of standards to transform the way we work and live. GS1 NZ helps industries and organizations of all kinds to do business better – efficiently, safely, collaborating, one way around the world. Speak to B2BE New Zealand to see how they can support GS1’s standards locally.
GS1 United Kingdom
B2BE United Kingdom is an Industry Partner (e-Com) with GS1 United Kingdom. Every day, all over the world, GS1 helps identify, capture, share, and use an incredible amount of data relating to their members’ supply chains. Speak to B2BE United Kingdom to see how they can support GS1’s standards locally.
B2BE is an Access Point Provider for OpenPEPPOL. OpenPEPPOL is a non-profit international association under Belgian law (Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif – AISBL) and consists of both public sector and private members. The association has assumed full responsibility for the development and maintenance of the PEPPOL specifications, building blocks, and its services and implementation across Europe.