Data is key to have optimal business processes and operational efficiency in organizations, Kontenix helps companies in Latin America to identify and describe items, suppliers, and people supported by standards such as ISO 8000 (data quality), ISO 8000-115 (quality identifiers), ISO 8000-116 (authoritative identifiers for legal entities, customers and suppliers), and ISO 22745 (open technical dictionaries, master data exchange).
Kontenix was born in 2003 from the experience acquired during the operation of an Internet Marketplace focused on the Latin American market. Multiple sellers and buyers participated in this Marketplace, which generated the need to improve the descriptions and information of the items published on the portal. For this, processes and tools were developed which have been improving and adapting since then to current market needs and international standards.
Initially Kontenix concentrated on cataloging to support eProcurement processes, however over time and responding to the market it was attending projects to standardize and clean material masters in ERP's
Kontenix in its processes takes advantage of data dictionaries based on ISO 22745 and generates ISO 8000-110 master data.
To date, materials have been cataloged, cleansed, and standardized in industries such as Steel, Beverages, Automotive, Telecommunications, Retail, Mining, etc.
Kontenix is a pioneer in data cataloging services since 2003 and the first company in México with certified personnel such as ISO 8000-110 Master Data Quality Manager.
Support companies to recognize and use data as their most important asset by aligning it with their business objectives. Ensuring that data is created correctly at the source and does not have to be re-captured in the data supply chain.
Develop services and solutions that allow organizations to take advantage of their data. This with a knowledge transfer approach complemented with tools and services, so that they can manage their master data following ISO standards. Also involving their creators (manufacturers and suppliers) so that they can convert the specifications of the products they sell into standard electronic format so that they can be shared in the supply chain.