Beeyond is a NoSOL database, in which interconnections can be made between data and all information can be viewed and mutated from all sides. The structure of the MDM system is such that all possible master data can be entered into it. You can set the language to Dutch, English or German.
We have made it possible to build the database structure from scratch, or to use a template with which a ‘quick start’ can be made.
The end result is a management environment for data in which users get all the insight required to keep up the quality of these product / master data and edit them quickly if necessary. Furthermore, each user can set their own personal view.
Structure of the MDM system
The structure of Beeyond is so flexible that interconnections can be made effortlessly between different entities (tables). To provide more clarity on this, we will give you more insight in the structure of the system.
Master data consist of a series of separate attributes (fields), such as customer name, address, article description, image, video, colour, et cetera. In Beeyond attributes can be created limitlessly in various types.
Validations are assigned to the input of data in attributes that ensure that input is done correctly. The system can be set to write place names always with a capital or to have a barcode meet EAN-13. It can also be set in such a way that a text, for instance a product description, has to be filled in, always starts with a capital and that the text must not exceed 300 characters.
Attributes can be grouped. You can link all attributes (everything pertaining to a product: image, colour, price and all descriptions) and together they form an entity. Sorting is also possible, so you can generate an overview of all products of a certain brand provided with an image.
A collection of attributes forms an entity (table). This way, entities with articles, suppliers, departments and inventories can be created.
Entities can have one or more interrelations. An Article may have a relationship with one or more Suppliers, Departments and Sub-groups.
Read more about the free data structure of Beeyond