Embracing ‘Next Best Action’ For Data Management


Standard data processing models and tools such as Excel are giving way to greater demand for graphs and more connective and analytical data management methods. Michael…

Source: www.waterstechnology.com

Dependence on Excel spreadsheets to organize and work with data is decreasing, according to Rohian. “Excel is so accessible, and you don’t have to be really data-literate to use it,” he says. “We have a lot of Excel spreadsheets flying around our boardrooms and executive conversations. A lot of data is stored in that fashion because that has grown to be our comfort zone. People are realizing that’s not always the best fit-for-purpose, because certain data or information cannot be presented as easily or as completely using tables, relations and columns.”

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