Give product data the love it deserves
My new venture Vendlab.com helps suppliers and retailers create and manage amazing product data. As an online retailer for many years I know the difficulties that many retailers have getting quality data from suppliers and turning this into something useable. Our services include:
A fully managed service to manage all product data quality and distribution including:
- Customer portal
- Completion of new product forms
- Commuication of product changes
- Communication of new product and offers
Improving product data quality and creation efficiency including
- Creating product data for upload into marketplaces or 3rd party tools
- Streamlining of product data creation to improve efficiency
- Processing of product images and rich data
For more information please visit the website.
I'm Trevor Ginn and this is my blog about ecommerce, entrepreneurship and anything else which interests me
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