The on premise product is free to use in a non-production scenario, this means if you are developing, testing or evaluating you can do this free. If you want to use the product to support any business operations and load real data it must be supported.
PIM stands for Product Information Management. It refers to the process for handling all the data, content, and other material that is needed to market and sell products. PIM also ensures that quality data is created for internal use and multichannel distribution.
SKUs, UPCs, Names, Titles, Descriptions…etc
Categories, Labels, Variations…
Measurements, materials, ingredients, warranties…
Images, videos, documents…etc
Keywords, Personas, SEO elements…etc
Prices, testimonials, customer reviews…
Style sheets, designer notes, assembly instructions…
Google categories, Amazon titles, mobile descriptions…
Multi-lingual copy, translations…
Centralise and sanitise scattered data
Link images, documents and media to products
Categorise products and files
Manage upstream data and prepare it for sales channels
Manage relationships between products
Create and publish product catalogs
Build custom product feeds
Automate catalog creation and maintenance
Find everything in one respository
You can install the product on your own hardware using Docker or by ZIP installation process (on application), this is the easiest way to get up and running on your hardware. If you want to run on the cloud, then there are 2 options:
The product is free to use on premise in non-production environments, or free to use for 7 days in the managed service. If you want to use the product for any production (real) data or in a production mode, then you will need a support license, support licenses start from £100 per month.