Jewelry are items worn on the body or clothes for personal adornment such as rings, earrings, pendants, necklaces and similar items.
Precious stones and metals contribute to the value of the Jewelry in addition to subjective considerations such as the designer and maker. The industry is estimated to generate $275 billion is sales in 2020.
Jewelry are primarily sold via retail distribution channels and like other retail products require focused consumer segmentation/demographic models and detailed product data design to meet the integrated data requirements across the entire organization.
The trend is for international brands to increasingly replace national brands, which requires a data architecture that is global in design to meet both current and future needs.
With many companies, Jewelry are just one of many different types of product offerings, which increases the complexity of the 'product' design.
A logical data architecture is required that is both specific to and focused upon Jewelry, integrated with business functions and operations and also compatible with other retail product offerings. The ADRM Software data architecture supports Jewelry as either stand-alone products or as part of a broader product strategy.
The Jewelry industry models addresses these requirements via a comprehensive, integrated set of Enterprise, Business Area, and Data Warehouse logical data models specifically developed for companies manufacturing and marketing Jewelry worldwide.
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