Merchandise Classification Strategy

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Standardizing hierarchies and product data Experience shows that merchandise hierarchies and the way companies classify their products can differ significantly across different brands and divisions of the same organization. This usually results in difficulty in forming a holistic view across the company and product types. The concept of Merchandise Classification Strategy (MCS) across the enterprise […]

Standardizing hierarchies and product data

Experience shows that merchandise hierarchies and the way companies classify their products can differ significantly across different brands and divisions of the same organization.

This usually results in difficulty in forming a holistic view across the company and product types. The concept of Merchandise Classification Strategy (MCS) across the enterprise brings new benefits to such an organization and is a foundational element driving future state change.

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