To succeed with business intelligence, there can only be one version of the truth.

Smart companies are data driven. They use spreadsheets to analyze budgets and performance, to calculate return on investment (ROI), and to develop plans. However, this business intelligence is difficult to coordinate, usually resulting in everyone creating separate reports.

With different reports, there are different answers — and slightly different conclusions — to the same questions. These multiple versions of the truth lead to confusion and a lack of trust in business intelligence.

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