1. Content Consolidation – centralised cleansing, de-duplication and consolidation, enabling key mapping and consolidated group reporting in SAP BI. No re-distribution of cleansed data.
2. Master Data Harmonisation – as for Content Consolidation, plus re-distribution of cleansed, consolidated master data.
3. Central Master Data Management – as for Master Data Harmonisation, but all master data is maintained in the central MDM system. No maintenance of master data occurs in the connected client systems.
4. Rich Product Content Management – Catalogue management and publishing. Uses elements of Content Consolidation to centrally store rich content (images, PDF files, video, sound etc.) together with standard content in order to produce product catalogues (web or print). Has standard adapters to export content to Desktop Publishing packages.
5. Global Data Synchronization – provides consistent trade item information exchange with retailers through data hubs (e.g. 1SYNC)
Some features (for example, workflow) require custom development out of the box to provide screens for end users to use.