Interviewed by Adam Burroughs | Smart Business Magazine | INSIGHTS Digital Transformation
The typical data collection process within companies is often fraught with challenges. Just the magnitude of it can create issues when it comes to formatting, reading and interpreting data. And data can also quickly become dated either because of issues with the consistency of collection or where visibility relies on manual entry.
"Companies often make real-time decisions based upon reports comprised of old, "stale" data," says Mike Fieseler, vice president of business development at EOX Vantage. "That's akin to managing in the rearview mirror."
Fortunately, there are now a variety of ways to automate gathering and consolidating that data.