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PIM systems have fast become an essential element of commerce, particularly for businesses with complex channel structures or those with several departments providing or working with product data through different business workflows.
PIM systems provide a central repository for product information, a single true source, and the tools to set up efficient workflows and processes for your business to operate like a well-oiled machine in managing products through their lifecycles.
Challenges with PIM systems
Some challenges come with PIM systems both in their implementation and ongoing management that can limit the value a PIM should provide. These are not to do with the functioning or quality of the software - but the crucial and unavoidable considerations of sourcing and aggregating product data to feed into a PIM and keeping that data up to date as products change over time.
What’s in a name? Well, quite a lot, it turns out, when it comes to product naming in your online store. Product names have an impact on SEO, on-site search and how effectively a shopper is drawn to a product when scanning a category page.
Growing a product catalog by onboarding new products and brands is a natural way to scale many businesses. But as a product catalog grows into the thousands, the amount of time and resources needed to maintain the product catalog increases significantly. That is why Vesta partners with retailers both as a product onboarding tool but also to provide the new processes and tools needed to manage this growth
Product data quality on your eCommerce site is critical for SEO, on-site search, navigation, and the shopper experience. The product information available and its presentation strongly influence whether a shopper will buy or leave your website. For retailers with large product ranges and product information sourced from multiple vendors – cleaning the disparate data received into a normalized format is a challenge. A challenge, most often met by manual manipulation in spreadsheets – a highly inefficient and unrewarding task. Automating these processes lifts this burden of time and cost, ensuring vendor data is standardized efficiently into a format ready for your eCommerce site.
Keeping up with changing inventory levels and discontinued items is an overwhelming task for many merchants. The constant flow of large, unwieldy excel sheets from multiple vendors takes too much time to work through, leading to discontinued and out-of-stock items still listed on websites and available for purchase. A situation that creates more work through the admin of canceling orders with customers and the negative impact on your brand.
For eCommerce store owners, managing variants and parent-child product relationships is essential for maintaining your store’s digital products and eCommerce success. Variant management combined with categorization can account for up to 20% of the time spent on content management. But it doesn’t have to take this much of your time. Knowledge is power, and in this article, we’ll dive more into how you can simplify variant management and what tools are available to cut down the manual work and improve productivity in this area.
What is SEO?
SEO stands for search engine optimization, which is a process of increasing the quality and quantity of traffic to your eCommerce site through organic search engine results. This means improving your website’s visibility, as the more visibility your site has in Google’s search results, the more likely you are to attract consumers.
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What are Product Descriptions?
A product description describes a product’s attributes or features when it appears on your product detail page in your online store. This gives consumers an understanding of the product’s value proposition. Product descriptions are a vital way for companies to explain products and fill in the gaps that the product images can’t capture.