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CMDM video update

Written by Richard Smits on . Posted in Exact Globe, Exact Synergy

It’s time for an Update on Central Master Data Management

As explained in the previous blog posts, we decided to start with “accounts”. In the previous months we further extended the functionality of Central Master Data Management (CMDM) for Accounts.

Some of the adjustments are:

  • Browse Exact Globe data at the central environment
  • Improved user interface of the division specific data screen
  • Division specific data screen now customizable

In a previous blog post Central master data Video I shared the first video. We updated the video, please have a look (by clicking the picture below)!Please have a look at our video and share your feedback!

Multi-divisional Products and Services.

Written by Richard Smits on . Posted in Exact Globe, Exact Synergy

Central master data management for Accounts is available .  Now company wide compliance for products and services is in scope.

Control over items is more than just identification of the items over multiple divisions.    

Having a corporate standard on items does not mean that a local division can not create or  maintain items. What should be taken into account is the fact that the comply with corporate standards. Besides that it can well be that a division offers only a selection of the overall product portfolio based on market focus or knowledge level. Within the item portfolio stock values or pricing can well differ per division. It enables managing the product life cycle on a divisional level as well as companywide optimization of usage and handling of products and services.

If you want to share your ideas, want to meet us, want to be one of the first to work with the solution, or any other way of participation, please let me know.

Do you:
• face this issue?
• what is your biggest issue?
• know customers facing this?
• how do they currently handle this?
• have any other ideas/remarks

You can comment on this blog or send me an email: Richard.Smits@exact.com