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Catalogue Standard

Catalogue Standard

Catalogue Standard

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We are looking to re-build our catalogue (due to a lack of policy & ownership).

In the past we used AUSLANG loosely as a standard, and we are prepared to use this standard more rigourisly, however since this is a proprietry standard (that may not be known internationally).

I have also looked at the UN standard: United Nations Standard Product and Service Code (UNSPSC) - but I am not sure if the catalogue can support it - other than as an additional part number.

So the point of this post is to ask what standards other Ellipse catalogue users have as standards.

Do you think you have a good cataloguing stadard - if so, what is it?



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Adam O'Halloran

Manager, Operational Systems Improvements
State Transit Authority of New South Wales  

RE: Catalogue Standard

Adam:

Try this website: http://www.eccma.org/ .  I know Newmont and other miners are using this standard.

Rgds
Donna
 

RE: Catalogue Standard

Also, try this site:  http://www.sparesfinder.net/

They have some tools for cataloguing or offer services.

Donna  

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