By Chris Crutchfield, AgGateway Member Services
Built into the Ag Industry Identification System (AGIIS) are a set of business rules that help maintain the integrity of data that enters the database. These rules help prevent duplicates, ensure valid addresses and naming conventions and enforce entity survivorship rules. When a new entity is added or an existing entity is updated, AGIIS uses these business rules to determine if the submission requires a manual review, or a human set of eyes, if you will. If so, the submission is routed to AgGateway’s Member Services, where the Directory Administrator examines the submission and makes a final determination to accept or reject the entity.
Over the past few months, we analyzed the requests that required manual intervention. We identified three trends that we’d like to share with you and offer some tips that will both expedite processing time and reinforce AGIIS business rules when adding or updating an entity.
We hope you found these tips helpful. Following these suggestions will help expedite processing time and preserve the integrity of data in AGIIS by reinforcing the directory’s business rules. If you have any questions about adding or updating entities in AGIIS, email Member.Services@AgGateway.org. For more information about AGIIS business rules and procedures, review the AGIIS Operational Procedures Document and the AGIIS Policy Document located under the Links menu in AGIIS.
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