Within an industry, a multitude of actors is confronted and involved in the process of creating and processing material data. The Design Office states a need with the Materials Department (R&D); for example, it may be a request to find the right material for a given application. The materials department relies on the database at its disposal to find the most suitable solution. When the raw material is transported, tests are carried out on it to verify its properties and generate dimensioning data (thermal, mechanical properties, etc.). It is relevant to capitalize this data within a single and structured interface in order to make it accessible and to link it to internal expertise (feedback on certain processes, successful or unsuccessful uses of certain materials, declaration of non-conformities, etc.). It is then possible for the Design Office and other stakeholders to use this information effectively (especially through their design and simulation tools).