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The ISO 10303-236 standard defines a formalized structure for data catalogue information.

The funStep standard embraces:

  • Product Decomposition: The management of each part of any product.
  • Product Composition: The management of a set of pieces of furniture that makes a Composition, as a pre-defined offer in their catalogues.
  • Documentation assignment: Allows the assignment of all kind of documentation, both digital and non-digital to any product in the catalogue.
  • Properties and Independent properties definition: It is possible to define all kind of properties such as material, dimensions, prices, ...
  • Tech. and non-tech. information relationship: the relationship between all kind of technical information as well with the non-technical one; as for example the commercial information or the period of time in which this information is valid.
  • Multilanguage: the feature of the internalization of the product data information in such way that the product data information could be retrieved in the selected language.


funStep has the capability of managing CAD files and representations including the aspectual model characteristics without information lose.

Parameterized Data Information
All the information related to the geometry could be defined in base of variable properties of associated parts. As an example: It is possible to define a relationship between the height, length and width in such way that when you modify one value, the others will be modified proportionally as a result of the defined relationship rule.

Interior Design Projects
funStep comprises the capability of placing the CAD modelled pieces of furniture in a room space.


For the improvement of the enterprise interoperability related to the commercial documentation interchange the business process model was developed as a specific application activity model for the commercial data interchange of the enterprises that are inside the furniture sector.

This specific ‘business process model’ includes more than fifteen documents were the most relevant are:

  • Despatch Advise
    Specifies the details for the goods despatched under conditions agreed between the buyer and the seller.
  • Invoice
    Sent by the supplier to the customer claims the payment for goods or services supplied under conditions agreed between them.
  • Order
    Sent by the customer to his supplier in order to order goods or services and to specify the relevant quantities, dates and locations of delivery.
  • Order Change Request
    Information sent by the customer to the supplier in order to specify the details concerning modifications to a previously sent purchase Order.
  • Order Response
    Sent by the supplier to the buyer in relation to one or more goods items or services in order to acknowledge the receipt of the purchase Order, to confirm its acceptance, to propose any amendments, or to notify non-acceptance of all or part of the purchase Order items.
  • Order Status Enquiry
    Sent from a buyer to a supplier based on a request information on the current status of a previously sent Order(s).
  • Order Status Report
    Used by a supplier to report the status of an Order.
  • Quotation
    Transmitted by the Supplier to the Buyer in response to a previously received Request for Quotation for the supply of goods or services. It may directly lead to a purchase Order.
  • Receiving Advise
    Specifies details for the goods received under conditions agreed between the buyer and the seller with the function of advising the consignor of the received contents of a consignment.
  • Request for Quotation
    Transmitted by the customer to his supplier based on a request for the quotation for the supply of goods or services. It may be used to ask for information on the supplier’s payment terms and conditions, and to specify the required quantities, dates and locations of delivery.

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