Get differentiated product content to market fast. 

Collaborate with your suppliers to drive digital growth. 

Product Content Management Platform for Retailers

Salsify’s cloud-based Product Content Management platform is built with the flexibility and collaboration capabilities required to be successful in today’s commerce environment. Unlike traditional systems that have been centered around internal retailer processes only, Salsify is built to remove friction in the supplier content onboarding process, take information from any source to create a single, trusted source of content, and optimize it for use across all of your sales channels.
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Product Content Onboarding

Collect and validate content from any source, collaborate with suppliers to ensure content quality, and deliver approved content to your system of record.

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Product Information Management

Centralize and enrich product content from any source, for every SKU, to create a trusted source of content for your organization.

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Digital Asset Management

Import and transform digital assets from suppliers, internal teams, and agencies for use across your marketing and ecommerce platforms.

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Content Readiness and Syndication

Validate content readiness, fill any gaps, and publish to your Ecommerce site and all other retail channels, in the right format the first time.

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Product Content Analytics

Deliver category and product level content performance analytics to your suppliers to inform future product content refreshes.

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With Salsify, we get content from our suppliers, enrich it for our brand, and quickly get new products in front of the consumer, in-store, on our site, and across the Web.
Ema Ode, Director, eCommerce Operations & Content, Marbles: The Brain Store
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