If you see the need for a PIM in your business but can't convince your boss of the benefits, then here are PIM use cases from the manager's perspective!

In this blog, we explore why Excel is not the best tool for managing product data, and why a PIM system is a superior solution. We dive into the key limitations of Excel, including difficulty in tracking changes, manual distribution, lack of validation rules, inability to store media assets, limited filtering capabilities, and more.

We have recently added a new powerful type of attribute called a "Computed Attribute". These new attributes allow you to dynamically determine the value of the attributes based on a formula (just like Excel formulas).

For 25 years we have managed product data for manufacturers but find out why OneTimePIM is perfect for retail product data management too!

Many firms see the benefits of managing product info with a PIM system, but are often hesitant to adopt one. But worry not, we will help you make the most out of PIM!

The benefits to the marketing department of implementing a PIM system are often overlooked. Discover the PIM use cases for the marketing department.

Product data can often be an issue for manufacturers, especially with large amounts of products. PIM systems help these companies solve their data problems.

Assuming your business has decided to make use of a PIM System, there are two main options on how to invest. This article will compare the two options and outline the pros and cons.

Business is about trust at the end of the day, and there's no greater way of building trust than with a great relationship. So, that brings us to PXM and CXM.

With the growth of the eCommerce sector expected to continue over the next decade, integrating some of the biggest eCommerce platforms with OneTimePIM was an essential part of the software's development.

In many industries, product datasheets inform customers and supply chains about the latest product information. Despite their obvious importance, they are often a huge pain point for many companies.

Discover the limitations of using spreadsheets for product information management and how a PIM system can help. Spreadsheets lack image storage, error-reducing tools, and can make sharing product information with sales marketplaces messy and time-consuming. PIM systems are specifically designed to manage and distribute product data efficiently.

A detailed definition of silo mentality in business. Why silo mentality is bad, how companies can eliminate it and avoid it occurring in the first place.

This article is about ETIM International, the governing body responsible for the development and expansion of the ETIM classification.

Product Information Management (PIM) software can be a big investment for any company, but there are ways in which it can significantly save money.

Here we explain many reasons how Product Information Management (PIM) software is helping companies grow.

PIM systems are crucial to the management of product information within a company, by providing a single source for all your data which can be organised, edited and exported. Take a look at our 5 key reasons your company needs Product Information Management.

One of the main difficulties for start up businesses is deciding if they should adopt a PIM system. Here we explain when to implement PIM software.