Having clean data is important for running any business. Clean data being defined as accurate, suitable for its use, organized and complete. Clean data means revenue is maximized, the IRS stays at bay and your strategy sessions are effective. However, what once seemed clean can end up looking very dirty when that data is exposed through a different lens.
What worked as good data in the old accounting system may fall short in a new system. A well-organized network drive full of supporting files can look like a spaghetti bowl when trying to migrate the files into a document management system. No big deal if the data isn’t perfectly clean, it’s worked so far. That may be true, but what are you missing out on?text