• The centralisation of information at one location reduces errors in input, interpretation of the information according to recipients and their interests
  • An improvement in the quality of data diffused internally and externally. The current non-quality gives rise to additional costs (penalties, delivery delay, incorrect orders, etc.)
  • A unified and unique view of the information enabling all actors to share the same updated data and to speak the same language
  • Elimination of indirect costs due to non-quality as well as hidden costs (multiple inputs of the same information)

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