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Article | Dec 14, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Data Entry: The Good, The Bad, and How to make it Better

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Posted by Nina Foo

 

 

Data entry is important to every and any type of organization, but why is it so mind-numbingly painful at times? Well, data-entry by nature is repetitive but important to organizations. However, data-entry can help increase productivity and accuracy. When it comes down to it, data entry is the most powerful tool for managing information to organizations 

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Employee Efficiency 

Employee efficiency is another part of why data entry is necessary. Not having access to information will affect the performance of employees. Data-entry creates the openness and opportunity for employees to get the information they need.

Data-Driven Decisions 

By having more information, employees can make more informed data-based decisions. In the current atmosphere, using data driven results is practice to stay competitive. This makes data-entry vital, but with data entry comes detail oriented repetitive work. 

Technology and Data Entry 

So how do you integrate data entry into your organization? Do you hire a Data Entry Assistant? Having someone in charge of your data and managing your files isn't a bad idea. However, human error is invitable. Using technology for data entry is the best course of action reduce errors and provide information.

 

 


 

Technology will help make data entry simplier and accurate. For example, Organizer elimates data entry time by updating collected information. 

There is technology out there that can reduce data entry or check data for human errors. Either way data entry is too important to forgo. Make things easier for yourself and your employees by using tools out there. 

 

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