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Who needs digitization? This was one of the main issues discussed at the “Informatica Focus Day: Master Data Management“. Roger Kehl, CIO at Festo and one of the speakers at the Focus Day, identified the vast amount of data that has to be managed by companies as a key driver of digitization. The Internet of Things, “intelligent products”, additional apps for specific products, digital services: for many manufacturers, software expertise has become a necessity and an essential component of value creation.
Euronics is both a wholesaler and a retailer and offers a wide range of electrical goods as well as other products: from the latest generation of TVs, cameras and home cinema systems to mixers, coffee machines and GPS devices. Since Euronics’ product range is so vast, their maintenance structure comprises more than 200 structure nodes.
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What is needed to run Informatica MDM Product 360?
Based on their long-term experience our experts created the Application Management Landscape for Informatica MDM Product 360. It gives you an overview of all relevant tasks to be performed in order to successfully run Informatica MDM Product 360. Continue reading
In this fast-paced, digitized age, your customer wants, more than ever, to be put first. Whether B2C or B2B, your customer expects a seamless experience across all channels. The key to it is high-quality master data.
The “modern” consumer expects you to know him – his preferences, his purchase history. He expects you to know exactly what suits him. Whether it be an attachment to his machine or trousers that match his shirt. But in one respect consumer behaviour has not changed, despite digital transformation. Before buying, customers want questions to be answered. They expect, whether online or offline, informative pictures or graphics, detailed descriptions, comprehensive information about the quality of products and preferably some videos, reviews and references. How many questions your customer may have and what is, in his opinion, “comprehensive” and “detailed”, depends on the individual, but also, strongly, on the product itself. However, except for low-cost items, the following is true for all products: if the customer notices missing or incorrect product information, he will not purchase them.
The renowned analysts of TGOA (The Group Of Analysts) decorate parsionate GmbH in the category „PIM Integrator“ with top grades. Besides the top rating in the category of the Integrators, parsionate also achieved the respective maximum score in several single disciplines.
Towards production methods of the future
The real and virtual worlds are becoming ever more entwined, modern information and communication technologies are merging with industrial processes and are consequently changing the production landscape to an increasing degree. Festo examines this change holistically and from various perspectives. As a global player, the company supplies pneumatic and electrical automation technology to factory and process automation customers in more than 200 different sectors. Its products and services are available in 176 countries throughout the world. We talked to Dr Roger Kehl, CIO, and Urda Stieler, Head of IT Sales at Festo, about the digital present and the future of the company.
In the first two articles of this series we discussed what steps need to be taken in order to be able to calculate the ROI of product data quality. This part will focus on how to define ROI metrics based on the previously outlined technical metrics to prove with hard figures if data quality will be benefiting the business and whether it will be worth the investment.
In the first part of this series of articles about the “ROI of Product Data Quality” we talked about data quality and the reasons for its increasingly important role. This part will focus on parsionate’s general approach in DQ projects – prerequisites that are necessary in order to be able to reliably measure the ROI of product data quality.