Product Information Management
Harness the Power of Your Product Data.
A PIM System Helps You Deliver the Rich Product Content Consumers Demand.
Seamlessly import, enhance, enrich, and syndicate product data across your systems and touchpoints.
Consumers today demand reliable, consistent, and compelling product information. This has led to an exponential increase in the amount of product data that companies must create and store.
Product data often involves thousands of attributes, hundreds of relationships, and even millions of records. This data is an integral part of real-time business processes within and outside the enterprise – yet, unfortunately, it is often inaccurate, inconsistent, and siloed.
A Product Information Management (PIM) system provides the ability to acquire, enhance, and publish / syndicate all aspects of your critical enterprise product information. Having a single, consistent view of product master data across the enterprise delivers significant operational efficiencies and improves business performance. Ultimately, it helps enterprises deliver the consistent, accurate, and enriched product content that today’s consumers require.
- Easily capture and maintain all product attributes and relationships via a rich data model, and reconcile and transform all product master data from each system format into a common structure.
- Allow users to easily access information to analyze and report on available products and compare product usage and results.
- Manage all aspects of product master records, including hierarchy, structure, validations, approvals, and versioning.
- Enrich product data with attributes, descriptions, documentation, and other related data components.
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