Joined 16 months ago from USA
Shashin Shah is CEO of Pimcore Global Services (PGS) - A Happiest Minds Company. Pimcore is an open source platform for product information management (PIM/MDM), digital asset management (DAM), content management system (CMS) and eCommerce. In his over 20 years of experience, both globally and in the US, he has managed large enterprise clients through strategizing, operating, consulting and carrying out implementations worth USD 100M+ through global delivery models, across several industries.
13 months ago
The recent disruptions in eCommerce present both threats and opportunities, the likes of which companies have never seen before. Companies must reassess their digital business strategy to weave in immersive buying experiences, prevent channel outages, and generate revenue in the new normal.
16 months ago
Integrating your ERP system with PIM completes the circle of data transactions and helps you enrich products and reduce operational costs.
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