A new global survey reveals that a vast majority of enterprises are displeased with their information management processes.

The survey of 171 companies – including many from the Global 500 and Fortune 1000 – operating in the United States, United Kingdom and the Netherlands, found that 96 percent are frustrated with their information systems, with 70 percent of respondents stating the systems deliver inconsistent reporting and that it takes too long to collate information.

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