United Nations Standard Product and Services Classification Code
A common standard numbering scheme for products that is 10 digits long. Up to five levels of categories may be used.The UN of UNSPSC came from the United Nations Common Coding System (UNCCS) and the SPSC came from Dun & Bradstreet's Standard Products and Services Code.
Universal Standard Products and Services Code - an international classification system for goods and services. (Copyright in this code is currently (June 2002) the subject of legal determination in the USA. The APCC is keeping this issue under review and will adjust the Framework as required. As at June 2002, the APCC supports Version 5.01 of the code).
Universal Standards Products and Services Classification. A coded, hierarchical classification scheme for products and services that is used for searching through electronic catalogs.
Commonly called the Product Service Code. The United Nations Standard Products and Services Code is a global classification system in which a single code number is unique for each individual product. The commodity code can be derived from the UNSPSC, so need not be specified separately when the UNSPSC is known.
UNSPSC is the acronym for the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code. UNSPSC is a coding system to classify both products and services for use throughout the global eCommerce marketplace. The UNSPSC was jointly developed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Dunn & Bradstreet Corporation in 1998.