Remember going to a well-organized library or a store where you didn't need the endless merry-go-round to find the product or book you wanted? That's the power of clean data and organized systems. For manufacturing and distribution companies with the never-ending need for balancing control and agility, the task is easier said than done. You might have further challenges if you don't have systems that minimize the data entry or experience significant churn with your team.
In today's episode, we have our guest Susan Walsh, who discusses how to normalize your product, customer, and vendor data to avoid planning and forecasting issues with your inventory. She also shares several stories where she has been personally involved in cleaning companies' financial and operational data and the impact such activities have had on operational efficiency and growth. Finally, she shares the differences between good vs. bad data and how to stop piling up on bad habits of dirty data syndrome.
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