|Date:||Wed, 19 Dec 2007 10:08:08 -0000|
MW: Yes. We purchase this data. There are also the NACE classifications. You might want to look out the TOVE ontology.
MW: Most corporate data models will have this sort of stuff. I know our Downstream Data Model does.
MW: Yes, this kind of stuff could be found from our product data model. Just to put some scale on this, our Organisations data model has some 200+ entity types, and our Products and Materials data model has about 100 entity types. This of course is just structuring information, and does not include any of the data about particular products or organizations.
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