Trends in product information management

In 2024, product information management will develop by leaps and bounds, as technological innovations and market requirements guide the development of the industry. Product information is no longer seen as mere data but as capital, and the strategic importance of product information management is emphasized. Below are the key trends in product information management identified by Adeona for 2024.

The new Construction Act enters into force on January 1.1.2025. Carbon footprint and carbon handprint will be reported for construction products in the future

The new construction law will enter into force in Finland on January 1.1.2025., and it requires the submission of a climate report in order to obtain a building permit. In practice, all entities that supply products in the construction sector have to report carbon footprint and carbon handprint information on their products by 2025.

Sharing media content is easier with Adeona Media Bank 

If the company uses the Adeona PIM system, where file management is centralized, it is possible to use the Adeona Media Bank service, which allows it to distribute media content to its stakeholders through a service branded according to its own image.

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How to calculate the rate of return (ROI) on a PIM investment? 

PIM is an effective tool for managing product information and utilizing it in business. When a company considers investing in a PIM system, it is important to define clear goals and metrics. Calculating the rate of return, or ROI, helps justify the investment decision.

From PIM to PXM - what is product experience management?

In recent years, PXM, or Product Experience Management, has become a common topic of conversation. This term adopted by the consulting and software industry refers to how the product experience is managed and led. What does PXM mean on a practical level and how is it linked to the customer experience?

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The digital product passport as a promoter of the circular economy

With the help of the EU's digital product passport, we want to get consumers involved in the green transition and promote the circular economy by encouraging the repair of goods and the purchase of used goods. The digital product passport sets many new requirements for product information management, such as the maintenance of information related to the calculation of carbon footprints.