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Can I import data to Allchemist from a file?
Can I import data to Allchemist from a file?

Learn how to import data directly to Allchemist from a file on your computer instead of manual re-typing.

Written by Bine Ledinek
Updated over a week ago

We completely understand you; we hate manual re-typing too.

There are several ways to get your information and data to the database.

Manual entering

This option is unavoidable if you have your information only in the file (PDF, word) or paper form.

If you don’t like to type the data in the database, we can do that for you.

However, If your suppliers are already with Allchemist and they have their products in the database, you’re lucky. You just have to ask them to share the materials with you and you can easily avoid manual typing and save your money for something more important.

Data import

Allchemist collects data in a structured database. This means that we can exchange data with external sources.

This option is suitable for importing large sets of product technical information when you want to avoid manual work. However, the import option depends on the type and the quality of data sources.

We offer free product data import. This can be done via the Allchemist JSON file. However, to use this option, you have to get your data in the proper structure and form (JSON). In other words, this means that you have to involve your IT people to prepare JSON files.

In all other cases, please contact us and we’ll find a way to transfer data to Allchemist.

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