As a part of our #AskMjR3 video series, we have been identifying and answering some of the most Frequently Asked Questions posed by our user community regarding Major Release 3.
There are seven months until the GDSN Major Release 3.
Are you aware of the impacts to your organization? Do you know what to expect? Are you needlessly afraid?
If you prepare now, you could set yourself up for delightful surprises.
MjR3 has improvements that could save your organization time and aid accuracy, such as industry-specific use cases, new attribute sets, validations and modules which improve data quality.
1WorldSync can help by ensuring that its community members take the opportunity to make an implementation plan, to ensure that data migration is successful and no opportunities are missed.
MjR3 Essentials LIVE webinars and Face-to-Face Classroom Sessions are presented by knowledgeable MjR3 Experts. Interacting with specialists is the best way to understand what is relevant for you and your organization. Our MjR3 webinars and F2F classroom sessions are one of the most effective ways of getting ready for Major Release 3, since there is a structured environment and agenda, with plenty of time to ask questions specific to your concerns.
Have you ever asked where to start assessing impact but don’t know where exactly?
Let’s talk about: the MjR3 Pre-Production test environment, available responses, how to use the available documents and the best method to test against the Pre-Production test environment.
You will be taken through a step-by-step process instructing you how to perform analysis to assess the specific impact to your organization.
You’ll leave knowing everything from the detailed timing of the rollout specific to your 1WorldSync platform, to some of the exciting new industry-specific capabilities offered by MjR3.
Click here to register if you use the Item Management platform; WS users may register here.
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