Today’s large manufacturing and distribution companies need to scale globally and sell in ways they haven’t before. What does it take to reach new markets and to sell and deliver products via different distribution channels and marketplaces?
Hamelin brands, a French global manufacturing company that produces school and office successfully navigated these new omnichannel challenges by focusing on a single source of the truth.
Listen and learn how Hamelin streamlined 8 companies, 345 users, 22,000 SKUs, and 13 languages to sell globally with inRiver PIM.
Laurence Teuma, PIM project manager, Hamelin
Laurence has been on the Hamelin team for three years. She helps Hamelin subsidiaries to develop the sales strategies with online sellers like Amazon and aligns the corporate and customer expectations. Laurence is the PIM project manager, utilizing inRiver PIM in the sales and distribution Hamelin strategy.
Agnès Sleboda, European PIM coordinator, Hamelin
Agnès has worked with Hamelin Group since 2014, and in charge of Global Accounts Coordination for the past four years. Her international sales background helped her see the growing demand for high quality and consistent product data from both Hamelin customers and end users. Agnès has been responsible for inRiver PIM Users experience and system adoption since 2017. She stays close to the PIM users (both those who enrich or use the data) to make sure inRiver PIM supports to the evolving business needs.
Erika Goldwater, director, global communications, inRiver
Erika is responsible for the content and communications at inRiver. She works with the global teams to develop content to drive demand generation, support business objectives and share stories of success from the inRiver community of experts.