Mastering all phases of a product, from design to supply chain to product hierarchy and beyond is key to maximizing production and development efficiency, handling interactions with involved third-parties, and maintaining control over the brand. xDM brings the semantic consistency to harmonize data that may reside in ERP, SCM, logistics, and other systems, right down to product descriptions, pricing tables, etc. All of which can be managed by a business user with no specialized training.
- Online Marketplace Management (eCommerce)
- Supply Chain efficiency
- Brand Management
- Supplier on-Boarding & Maintenance
- Category Management
- Standardize product data and definitions across all internal systems
- Share data securely between internal and external supplier systems
- Correctly categorize all relevant product information
- Track information throughout your entire supply chain
- Automatically cleanse product data from external sources
Maintain data with workflows; intelligent data classification, hierarchies, automated enrichments.
Design buy-side or sell-side models and dynamic user attributes. Models adapt to requirements.
Enforced governance policies ensure consistency, accuracy, completeness and traceability.
Consolidate, centralize and share data from and to any application or trading partners.
BAE Systems is one of the world’s largest defense contractors. The UK-based multinational company employs more than 80,000 people in over 40 countries, and specializes in the development, engineering, and manufacture of military and security solutions for a wide variety of customers and partners. BAE Systems relies on xDM from Semarchy to master critical business […]
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It notified me of the CRF Foods recall and told me to throw out the vegetables or bring the bag in for a full refund. This was an impressive feat of customer service – not only did Costco identify the offending product in my purchase history but also offered a warning to avoid the item and refund to preemptively counter any complaints I might file to the giant warehouse retailer.