Five ways modern analytics reduce spreadsheet risk and inefficiency
The ubiquitous spreadsheet is often the tool of choice for many organizations to store and arrange information for financial planning, analytics, compliance, and more. Ironically, for many business processes that involve managing data, it creates the exact opposite effect––silos of information and inefficiency.
And because it stores organizational data in a readily sharable way, there is a high risk of exposing confidential information.
Read this best practice guide to discover the top five business processes that a modern data and analytics architecture can automate and deliver far more value than spreadsheet-driven techniques.
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