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VMRS Taxonomy

HI all,

Can anybody through some light about VMRS taxonomy?

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Pramod

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2008 at 01:53 PM

    hi Pramod,

    what is VMRS?,

    Taxonomy --> you are catogorizing your master data, into sub categories,. to obtain a search criteria by category. and for each category/sub categories you will assign atrributes for the master data.

    hope this may help you,

    Regards,

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Mar 02, 2008 at 07:15 AM

    Hi Pramod,

    VMRS is a taxonomy that could be adopted by your organization, if it suits the data.

    There are vendors who are able to clasify parts according to VMRS.

    PartsRiver which is a certified partner of MDM, can provide this categorization directly to MDM repository (using Enrichment COntroller mechanism).

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 06:59 AM

    hi Pramod

    VMRS Taxonomy:

    Today, equipment users worldwide use VMRS to capture and report their vehicle

    maintenance activities. Equipment manufacturers and maintenance software suppliers

    use VMRS coding for parts, thus providing additional impetus for fleets to adopt this

    universal coding scheme.

    A complete service industry has grown up around VMRS, with a number of firms

    offering VMRS computerized reporting systems and/or services to fleets. If your

    software provider doesn't use VMRS coding, this manual will help you help them

    implement it for your mutual benefit.

    regard

    Ravi

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