Engg Journals Publications
It is very difficult to over-emphasize the benefits of accurate data. Errors in data are generally the most expensive aspect of data entry, costing the users even much more compared to the original data entry. Unfortunately, these costs are intangibles or difficult to measure. If errors are detected at an early stage then it requires little cost to remove the errors. Incorrect and misleading data lead to all sorts of unpleasant and unnecessary expenses. Unluckily, it would be very expensive to correct the errors after the data has been processed, particularly when the processed data has been converted into the knowledge for decision making.