Enrichment makes something more meaningful, substantial, or rewarding. Enrichment improves something.*
When you use any website, you are generally being shown information that has been gathered, cleaned, transformed, sorted, linked and a finally laid out in the best possible way to make it easy to read and understand. This process is generally called, Extract, Transform and Load or just ETL.
The ETL process is one that EMPR prides itself on and we do everything we can to take any scrap of data that our technology partners give us access to and process this to present to our customers on our websites. We get this data in many different ways and in many different formats. Once we get them we put everything into a database, modify to suit our systems, process, process some more and then publish back out onto our websites and internal systems.
How does this help you?
This helps EMPR customers to search at EMPR Store sites, AU | https://store.emprgroup.com.au or NZ | https://store.emprgroup.co.nz by the model number or part number, or use multiple filtering options to drill through a bill of materials to find a required part.
This means EMPR customers can use EMPR Store websites when searching for parts from HP, HP Enterprise, Lenovo, Toshiba, Lexmark**, Asus or Master Instruments for an end to end search and purchase process. Otherwise, you would need to visit the original equipment manufacturers website and search there to then have to come back and search the EMPR Store website to make a purchase.
Plus as mentioned in a previous EMPR Blog post – Looking for Part Images?, we have a dedicated team taking photos of parts to ensure our customers can buy their spare parts with confidence by checking the part image against what they are trying to replace.
Recently for just one of our technology partners, we added over 100,000 models which then included over 5 million links connecting each model to its parts at the EMPR Store websites :-
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** Australia Only Currently
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