Stop Using Spreadsheets

October 18, 2021
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“for large spreadsheets, the issue is how many errors there are, not whether an error exists.”
-Professor Raymond Panko.

There are many reasons why using spreadsheets to store & analyze a company’s data is not the not the wisest practice.
Such as: important data is often hidden, their difficulty to be shared and analyzed, loss of historical data, or simply because most people just don’t like them.
According to Market Watch, mistakes may be found in up to 88 percent of spreadsheets. When you think about it, it's hardly unexpected.
Cause, after all, they're produced by people. It has been 36 years since excel was created, new tools might have been added, but at the end of the day, it is still manual input, which makes it vulnerable to human error.
In modern days there are many innovative companies that provide solutions for firms and corporations that want to make the data collection process easy, accurate, time saving, & fun.
One of the solution providers is ScoreCarts with its dynamic dashboard and readings.
ScoreCarts is a data research and analysis company that introduced a system where data is being collected by an AI model, then calculated, categorized, & listed in a form of graphs, tables and charts which provides an above-human level of accuracy. Scorecarts has made this pioneer software specifically for FMCG brands, as it recognized their needs for an all-in-one system that is able to gather gigantic amounts of data within seconds with the help of an Artificial Intelligence model called (Bella), that is helping big brands like Procter & Gamble which collects massive amounts of data and statistics which are collected on a daily basis from retail spaces, such as their On-Shelf-availability, Planogram, Retail Prices & more, and it simplifies it in a way that saves them both time & resources and displays it in a way that just cannot be easier to read as it focuses on the visuals, due to the fact that half of the human brain is directly or indirectly devoted to processing visual information.