How can you transition to end-to-end product experience management?

In a world of unified commerce, everyone wants rich product information.

Detailed product data satisfies information-hungry consumers — and empowers business leaders and teams to make strategic decisions. This demand has pushed Product Information Management (PIM) into the spotlight as an essential application.

But the story doesn't end there.

This guide will explore what PIM is, why it's a wise investment, and how your company can look beyond "information management" to embrace the complete lifecycle of product experiences.

Here’s a quick look at a few benefits of PIM:

  • Achieve strategic agility by using product data as an asset.  
  • Accelerate new product introductions (NPIs).  
  • Improve sales by providing the right product for the right customer at the right time.  
  • Reduce supply chain costs and identify bottlenecks through better reporting.

Sound interesting? Would you like to drive digital transformation by improving operational excellence and engaging with the customer throughout their purchasing lifecycle?

Learn more by downloading your complimentary copy of this eBook today.

PIM is key to your business. Don’t just take it from us...

“Even enterprises that historically didn't use PIM are hitting a tipping point and recognizing the need for a repository to aggregate, manage, enrich, and distribute product information." - Amanda, LeClair, The Forrester WaveTM: Product Information Management, Q2 2021



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