Would it be possible to enter 4000 products in C Level Contact List the catalog by writing by hand? And then how to update information about them, especially if the range of products, nuances and other information changes regularly? If the company had to maintain an up-to-date product catalog both within the company (in the C Level Contact List relevant program that the company has chosen) and on the website, there would be double work. Who would do it and how? Knowing the busyness of customers, resources and real human nature, it is clear that such a burden would quickly lead to the obsolescence of the catalog on the website C Level Contact List and the storage of old information.
Imagine the steps to manually C Level Contact List enter a single product into a home page product catalog: atdating website; adding a product; specifying a name; indication of the manufacturer; indicating the unit of measurement; specifying the category; adding a description; adding an image; preservation. And do not forget that this C Level Contact List information must be prepared beforehand. So, in order to ensure convenient maintenance of the website's product catalog, a convenient and at least partially automated solution is needed. After examining C Level Contact List all the variables, the solution is quite simple.
After examining the C Level Contact List various possible solutions, we came to the conclusion that it would be relatively simple to implement the export of the XML file from the inventory program and the import of the data. However, in order to do this, we had to ensure that the database fields in the internal product catalog corresponded to C Level Contact List the product fields in the homepage database. While conducting a deeper study of the database, we realized that the way in which the information is arranged in the existing product catalog does not correspond to the way we intend to place it on the website, and that the existing way of C Level Contact List arranging information creates limitations.