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Escaping Spreadsheet Chaos to Drive Business Performance

Source: Infor
Spreadsheets inhibit a company’s ability to make real-time decisions. Prone to data entry errors, information delivery delays, and a lack of visibility, spreadsheets ultimately limit your ability to grow. While you can see your current budget, profit, or performance through Excel, you lack the ability to drill down further. Of course, it’s all very well to eliminate spreadsheets, but how are you going to replace them?


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