Customised product data base synchronisation

EDICOMData: Your Private Product Data Sync Platform

Use EDICOMData to develop customised product information synchronisation projects that adapt to the specific needs of publisher and subscriber companies. A private project with EDICOMData allows you to integrate information that is critical to the business relationship between suppliers and distributors and that is unsuitable for GDSN models. It adapts the structure of the synchronised data to the specific needs of your product data base synchronisation project.



EDICOMData automatically publishes, processes and integrates product data with your ERP.



You can therefore develop data synchronisation projects that adapt to the business needs of the business partners.



The synchronisation of key information means you can optimise management and product data updating processes.

By using EDICOMData Private Sync, publishers and subscribers can exclusively synchronise the critical data they need to share via a customised process that adapts to the needs of the project.

How does the EDICOMData Sync Service work?

  1. Publication

    The supplier publishes the minimum data considered critical by the distributor.

  2. Validation

    Automatic validation of data to verify that they meet the specific nature of the project.

  3. Synchronization

    Synchronisation of product data via the implementation of integration processes between EDICOMData and internal information systems.

  4. Ecommerce Access

    It is possible to implement automatic synchronisation with the distributor's ecommerce portal so that product attributes are automatically updated.

EDICOMData Private Sync Project Management

Setting up a private product data synchronisation project involves supporting the client, through a process based on the SCRUM method:

  • Definition of requirements: We analyse your specific data synchronisation needs.
  • Integration: We implement the integration interfaces between your management systems and EDICOMData.
  • Supplier identification: We identify the suppliers that should take part in the project.
  • Supplier onboarding: We contact your suppliers to explain the project to them and start integration testing.
  • Suppliers placed in production: We run integration tests with your suppliers and those that pass are placed in production.
  • Project launch.

Further information about the Supplier Onboarding Service.