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Out of Sight, Out of Mind..Does Your Brand Leave A Lasting Impression?

The strategy of getting product content from one place to another is pretty easy. Executing against that strategy is where it gets tricky.

It seems simple enough. Take the information that is shown on TV, Digital ads, social media posts, on the package and pass it on. Everybody sees the content daily so it must be in a place that is easy to share, oh and while we are at it, let’s send all the good info that helps an item get from point A [the manufacturer’s end of the production line] to Point B [a warehouse] to point C [The store or digital shelf]. In today’s digital age, you would think that this would be easy as pie.

Product Content Is King

Turns out it is a bit trickier than that. First off, you need to make sure that all the information is in a format that the organization you are sending it to can process and display in their systems and online. Not so bad you say?  

What about a picture of the product? You want the best light, studio quality pictures to perfectly represent your product in advertising and on your website right? The picture should also be a exact representation of what someone could buy today. The question is why does that not apply when you setup a product for a retailer? I am guessing it is because the images are not available at the time of setup or it is assumed that the retailer/e-tailer/operator can get those images elsewhere. Feels like there is something missing right? Retailers think that too.

Can you imagine how drastically different our purchasing decisions would be if product content wasn’t as detailed as it is today?

How Reynolds New PIM Implementation Cultivated Trust in Data and Decisions

If we examine a use case, Reynolds Consumer Products Company was faced with the challenge of decommissioning an existing Product Information Management (PIM) solution that would no longer be supported.

To implement the solution seamlessly, Reynolds enlisted the help of product content experts, the 1WorldSync Professional Services team, whose best-in-class product content management strategy solution consolidated product information from multiple, disparate sources, offering a “single source of truth” for all product attributes and allowed synchronization of product information to trading partners directly. Download our case study to learn more!

Connecting the Label to E-Commerce

Think about how you shop.  Chances are, you’re online.  And you’re not alone.  Now, in order to establish a successful packaging and labeling strategy, companies have to understand the multiple product data distribution channels they have at their disposal.

Product content transparency is critical in the path to purchase from discovery to delight.  Today’s consumers are increasingly active participants in product attribution, basing their purchasing decisions on information beyond the standard product label to attributes like ingredient origins and composition.

They report social media, mobile apps, and other digital sources are key components of their purchasing behaviors.  They rely on this product data to give them visibility into and information about how a product aligns with their preferences.

BLUE Software  & 1WorldSync: Powerful Alone, Better Together

So, for next month, BLUE and 1WorldSync have packaged up (pun intended) everything you need to know about product data transparency – learning what it means, understanding its implications, and taking a look at the tools you have at your disposal to ensure product data accuracy and distribute product data through multiple consumer communication channels.   We’ll explore how companies can present up-to-date, accurate product images and information including item descriptions, nutritional information, ingredients, marketing claims, and warnings to maintain consumer confidence and encourage a purchase decision.

BLUE Software, the leading provider of label and artwork management (LAM) solutions, and 1WorldSync, the leading multi-enterprise product information network, have partnered to deliver turnkey solutions to address the growing demands of e-commerce to their large customer base.

 BLUE’s advanced Label and Artwork Management solution stores the final, approved and audited digital file with all product information required for e-commerce, retailers and customers alike. 1WorldSync, the worldwide leader in product data syndication, pulls this product information from BLUE, and distributes it across all of your company’s trading networks.

The end result? When a shopper scans a QR code on a package or searches for their product online, he or she is presented with up-to-date, accurate product images and information including item descriptions, nutritional information, ingredients, marketing claims and warnings.

We’ll also showcase real world business cases and discuss how these companies have leveraged technology solutions to deliver product content data across multiple platforms – ultimately meeting product revenue objectives.

Learn More! Register For Our Webinar

Join BLUE’s Chief Product Officer, Stephen Kaufman, and 1WorldSync’s Vice President of Professional Services, Tammy O’Donnell, on Wednesday, October 4, when they’ll discuss how to:

  • Deliver rich, robust product content directly from the package to the palms of consumers’ hands
  • Synchronize real time consumer messages and accurate product information including ingredients, marketing claims, item descriptions, etc.
  • Leverage cutting edge, digital platforms to maintain consumer confidence and encourage a purchasing decision

Click here to learn more and save your spot.