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Presenter: Sune Lohse, Chief Strategy Officer

It is possible to construct logical hierarchies made from master data, and this way you can group for instance items flowing to a web shop.

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So, you can group it per gender, or per gear or whatever and you can use logical hierarchies in many different places.

If I go into my specification and I navigate through to Master Data hierarchy, I have possibilities to set up, meaning to define a hierarchy made of Master Data groups.

So, if I want to define a hierarchy for bike shop, I could set up that the first level should be a gender and then the bike type, then the gear which will be my logical structure of hierarchy.

After making that definition, it’s possible to refresh my logical hierarchy, meaning I can see how does my Master Data Information interact with each other.

As I can see, I have sports gear within a sports bike within different gears and so on.

And I can refresh my hierarchy including items. So I can see how does all my item relate to my logical hierarchy.

I could also dive down into my hierarchy if I have many items, I could click on one level and dive down from there to refresh only a part of the hierarchy to see how the hierarchy is structured.