Guidelines for assigning style codes

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This presentation is a guideline for assigning SKU/Style Code for products.

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Guidelines for assigning style codes

  1. 1. Guidelines For Assigning Style Codes/Article Codes
  2. 2. Things to remember while assigning Style/Article Code;  One style code defines a unique design which may come in multiple colors and sizes. Style Code : 14007 Style Code : 14007 Color : Black Color : Red This is different from product SKUs in which every color and every size should have a different number.
  3. 3. Cont’d  Do not use characters that might confuse people or software. e.g. Using a "/" can result in Excel formatting your part number as a date. Symbols such as "<", ">", and "*" can have unintended consequences when moving data between spreadsheet program. Try to keep your Style code simple and alpha- numeric where possible.  Never start a style code with a zero.  Avoid using letters that can be confused with numbers. The main culprits are O and I.  Do not load Style Code with meaning do not try to use the style code to describe your product. This will only make your Style code longer, and more complicated.  Keep style code short but not so short that they could be mistaken for other numbers (i.e. quantities). 4 8 characters will suffice for most Brands.
  4. 4. This proposal is proprietary to Boxbeat Technologies (P) Ltd. and contains trade secret and confidential information which is sole property of Boxbeat technologies (P) Ltd. This proposal is clients internal use only. The proposal shall not be reproduce, copied, disclosed or transmitted in whole or in part without the express consent of Boxbeat Technologies (P) Ltd. Thank You!

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