7 Secrets to Achieve High Data Quality

November 23, 2016

7 Secrets to Achieve High Data Quality

Running a high performing SAP/ERP system requires high quality and complete data. In this post, learn about the 7 secret attributes of high data quality.


March 9, 2015

Does Finance Outsourcing Solve the Problem?

Recent studies have found that outsourcing doesn’t necessarily improve the finance function. By standardizing even the simplest processes, businesses were able to constrain their workforce size and improve their data quality by using Winshuttle to standardize data.


February 27, 2015

Lean Data Management Initiative Factors

When developing a lean data management approach, choosing the right initiatives like prioritizing inventory, determining relevant items to manage your data, and how quickly the process needs to be will help create effective data management solutions.


January 16, 2015

Making deliveries just right

My colleague Kristian Kalsing wrote a blog in 2013 that used the analogue of buses and trains to describe the challenge of moving people around. In the context of moving data around the organization, I thought I would extend that concept further to embrace the ideas around trucks, trains and simply delivering things. If you’re responsible for shipping and logistics, you are typically responsible for planning and extending transportation services for goods haulage.  Planners in large organizations frequently face the problem of having millions of items of all shapes and sizes that need to be shipped from one or more locations… Read more


January 7, 2015

If you want simplicity in your use of ERP it requires collaboration

   “If you want simplicity in your use of ERP, it requires collaboration” This may sound somewhat of a trite statement, but you would be surprised to know just how many tasks and processes in any given organization don’t involve multiple participants. One of the reasons why bad data gets created and processes break down is because the processes are not engineered from the bottom up with collaboration, oversight, multi-participant contribution and review as an integral component. Many organizations recognize workflow and workflow-bound processes as being valuable, but many also see workflow-bound tasks as a function of a lack of… Read more


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