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Power of Product Data Series: Stop Hiding Product in Your Taxonomies

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Many product taxonomies start with good intentions but are corrupted over time by a proliferation of “miscellaneous” nodes – virtual “junk drawers” that hide product from customers. In this talk, EIS discusses why “junk drawers” can be a problem in taxonomy and shows how to avoid (or at least manage) them for improved customer engagement.

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Chantal Schweizer
Chantal Schweizer
Chantal Schweizer is a taxonomy professional with over 10 years of experience in Product Information and Taxonomy. Prior to joining Earley Information Science, Chantal worked on the Product Information team at Grainger for 9 years, Schneider Electric’s PIM team for 2 years and had some previous work in PIM consulting.

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