Establishing effective data collection and management practices in the workplace can be a struggle. In many cases, employees are either left to manually input and maintain large amounts of information - leading to time-consuming processes and an increased risk of errors. Or, they're given access to an array of data management tools, resulting in inconsistent collection and analysis. In a modern digital workplace, gathering and tracking information and data is essential. However, these materials come from various sources, creating an unorganized, unwieldy lot of information. Whether you're building a spreadsheet of tasks or collecting data from forms, information will come from - and end up in - random places, making it burdensome to track and analyze, resulting in inaccurate reports and unmet objectives.