- Same supplier
- Same material
- Same list of Requirements (function)
- Same documents
Start the process by clicking on [ Create a new Technical File ]
The platform will ask you to provide the following information:
-The article name
-The article number
-When the order of your product enters the European market = the market release date
You can also add the article number of your supplier to the file, It is also used when the supplier is asked to provide documents. This ensures better recognition of the request.
In order to generate the correct requirement list that is the basis for your technical file, the Platform will ask you several extra questions.
This requires some knowledge of the product. A wrong answer can add or omit a requirement from the list.
=> Do not choose all countries, if you only sell it in Germany and France, it can make your list longer with requirements which are not applicable for you.
=> So we can add all applicable requirements to your list
You will find more explanations why this questions is ask, and sometimes more information in a Compliance clip. This is a short “wikipedia like” explanation, about this particulair topic.
What if my product is not in the database?
You can then temporarily choose "PROVISIONAL".
After creating the file, add documents for additional information so that we can choose the right category.
ProductIP receives a notification, and we will add the appropriate category. (3-5 work days)
After this you will receive an email and you can get started.
There are several ways to create a file.
If you have little experience, we recommend starting the first file in Fast. Here you will find more information and explanations about the different options.
If you have or can collect the necessary documents but lack the expertise to review and link them correctly, then choose DIY, add the documents and then upgrade the file to organize and we will start working for you.
Now you can add the other articles to the file. These will be displayed on the Product tab.
On the Documents tab, you collect the documents that are relevant to the articles listed on the Product tab.
On the Requirements tab, you find the requirements that apply to the articles.
The requirements list is based on the information indicated in the red frame.