Companies everywhere seek to increase profit by improving the performance of their supply chains. For accurate insight into their supply chain performance, companies need accurate real-time data. But as companies gather data from more sources, data-quality challenges tend to compound.
Low-quality data often spills into corporate systems used for financial reporting, analytics, and business intelligence. As bad data spreads, it may cause outright financial loss.
The result? Managers don’t know which data they can trust to help them make good decisions.