Tradebyte introduces PIM solution – Tamaris is the first customer
Tradebyte, the developer of software solutions for the seamless connection of brands with marketplaces and retailers, is extending its product portfolio by introducing a professional product information management system (PIM). TB.PIM was developed to satisfy the special requirements of digital commerce: it enables manufacturers and shop operators to administer their content centrally and to enhance and provide all relevant online and offline channels. TB.PIM with its special omni-channel features can, for example, display stock at different locations or manage different prices and product ranges for various channels. Tamaris, the shoe brand of Wortmann KG, is the first customer for TB.PIM.
Multi-channel-compatible product information management systems (PIM) are essential for modern commerce, in order to effectively and quickly provide and administer content for all channels inside and outside the company. TB.PIM is a professional PIM solution with functions tailored especially to the requirements of omni-channel commerce. TB.PIM offers, for example, a user-based invoicing and is the logical development or addition to the Tradebyte portfolio. With its other products, TB.One and TB.Market, it is dedicated to seamlessly connecting manufacturers and brands with marketplaces and retailers.
Tamaris backs TB.PIM from Tradebyte
Tradebyte has gained Tamaris as its first customer for the new PIM. Via its subsidiary, Wortmann Fashion Retail, Tamaris operates online shops in Germany, Austria and France, and also has numerous mono-brand stores and factory outlets in Germany and Austria. Nico Gold, Managing Director of Wortmann Fashion Retail GmbH, about the advantages of TB.PIM: “Through TB.PIM we now have the opportunity to centralise our product data and to automatize the processes for preparing and enhancing data. Through the central data pool, we now have the possibility to adjust the relevant data sets according to the needs and scope of the different online and offline channels.”
As a first step, with the help of TB.PIM the fashion company will transfer its master data from diverse feeder systems such as ERP into a central database, and automatically enhance their content for different channels such as their own online shop. This also includes the localisation and maintenance of price lists, as well as central stock reconciliation across different storage facilities.
“When launching a new product, it only confirms our PIM strategy that we could win such an important customer as Tamaris straight away,” Matthias Schulte, Managing Director of Tradebyte says. “Many trends, such as e-commerce or verticalisation will disproportionately increase the demand of well-organised and structured product information. All this can hardly function without using a professional solution.”
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