How To Implement PIM
October 2, 2018
By Mitchel Bakker
Today, quality product information is crucial in creating online success. It’s the vision of going omnichannel and offering rich digital and offline experiences that starts most companies to look at their product data first. However, a PIM implementation is experienced differently by employees and managers than let’s say the implementation of PLM or ERP. PIM has serious impact on your organization.
The choice for PIM (Product Information Management) is a logical one for companies which offer a multitude of product categories and rich product details. With almost each and every business going online, quality product information is crucial in creating online success. The role of PIM is directly visible in increased revenue, shorter times to market, decreased costs and improved product data quality that results in better informed customers. PIM also allows for a long-tail strategy that yields higher margins. Problems resulting from poor data quality, such as incomplete product descriptions or lack of filter options, are solved with PIM.
We see many companies struggling to implement PIM successfully. Therefore, we produced How to implement PIM to help you move forward.
This whitepaper will teach you
- 9 Key Success factors for your PIM implementation
- Checklist to start implementing PIM
- 3 Tips to organize your teams for success
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