Data Enrichment is the practice of augmenting data from peripheral resources, like the manufacturer’s website, data sheets, and indexes, catalogues and other relevant documents.
The Data Enrichment practice follows the methodology of Sourcing, Product Identification (Defining Noun Modifiers), Product Classification, Taxonomy Development, Schema Development, Specification or Attributes Capturing, Applications, Features and its Benefits, Information Listing, Description Generation (Long and Short using abbreviations), Inputs from the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) / Technical Data Sheets / Installation Sheets, if available, and Image Capture / Format / Resizing.
Product Sourcing is the first step in the process of Product Data Enhancement. Our sourcing experts source and define the Noun Modifier for the product. CLICK HERE to know about our Product sourcing process.
Product Identification is stage one in the process of Product Data Management. Our Domain Experts identify a Product from the given Information and define the Noun and Modifier.
Input Product Data: NORT 66.25294086.3 GW 7.0 7 X 1/2 X 1 1/4 St
Schema Development is a way of defining a set of Specification Attributes to a particular product and the same Attributes will be used to capture the specification across the manufacture. The Taxonomy will provide the consistency across the manufacture.
Complete Specification of the Product will be captured from the Websites, Catalogs and other documents, as per the Taxonomy.
Data Standardization includes Identifying and Correcting Typo Errors and Spelling Mistakes, Text Conversion to Desired Formats, Standardizing Manufacturer Name, Part Number, Noun and Modifier.
Long Description is generated by Combination of Noun, Modifier, and Specification Name Value Pair.
Short Description is generated using Abbreviations.
Using United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC)