What’s in the tour?
Take a look through all the features we cover in more detail:
Intro to Pimberly
Introduction to Pimberly, including what a Product Information Management platform is, where it sits within a company’s tech stack and its organisational structure, some of the key benefits of PIM and some technical information about the platforms accessibility and security.
Overview of the Pimberly dashboard which gives users a clear visual update on the status of products across schemas and channels, as well as upcoming tasks in the message center.
Feeds are how data gets into Pimberly, and this video shows how quickly a new feed can be setup, including scheduling and data mapping.
Schemas, Taxonomies and Category Trees
Schemas and taxonomies are all part of the Pimberly set-up. In addition to this pimberly also allows users to set up category trees which they may know as their own schemas/taxonomies
The Product Grid
The product view in Pimberly allows you to browse your product range with powerful filters, and see the lifecycle stage. You can also see the ability to have products nested where multiple colours/styles/sizes are available.
The Product Detail Page
From the product grid, you can select and individual product and see all the information dedicated to it. This is known as the product detail page where all the attributes come together regardless of what type of attribute they are, whether that be text, HTML, digital assets and videos.
Digital Asset Management
Quick overview of Pimberly DAM functionality, including metadata and version controls, which keeps all digital assets within the PIM alongside your product data.
Channels in Pimberly connect your data to sales channels and external sources via REST API, FTP, Cloud, Amazon S3. Simple visual data mapping and availability of scoped/translated data ensures you always sending the right information to each channel.
Workflows are the automation engine at the heart of Pimberly, and they are totally configurable and flexible. They can be used to run processes such as attribute changes and updates, as well as trigger notifications such as approvals.
Lifecycle stages define how your products move through from creation to your sales channels. Once configured, they’ll give you visibility of your progress, and what needs doing to get more products to market faster.
Scopes and Locales
Scoping allows you to store multiple different values for attributes. A locale is a combination of language, region and currency and allows the user to define how data is exported to individual sales regions. Check out this video on how you can store this complex information in Pimberly.