Moreover, bad materials master data directly leads to higher costs – procurement, inventory and obsolescence – and to lost productivity.
Historically, companies have struggled to clean their materials databases as the process to do so was very manual and laborious. However, new techniques and solutions are overcoming the issues, quickly producing and sustainably maintaining cleansed materials databases.
– Learn what the direct and indirect consequences of bad materials master data are;
– Learn how a systematic approach, equipped with modern digital technology, resolves the issue;
– Learn from the experience of other companies like your who have successfully implemented that approach, and the results that they achieved.
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