Posted: 12 Dec 2011 09:15 PM PST
SKU or Stock Keeping Unit – is a number or code used to identify each unique product or item for sale in a store or other business. It is a unique identifier for each distinct product and service that can be purchased. The usage of SKU is rooted in data management, enabling the company to systematically track its inventory or product availability, such as in warehouses and retail outlets. They are often assigned and serialized at the merchant level. Each SKU is attached to an item, variant, product line, bundle, service, fee, or attachment. SKUs are often used to refer to different versions of the same product.
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