DATA ANALYTICS YET TO CATCH ON

A mere six percent of the finance departments in local companies have invested in advanced data analytics, a survey by KPMG and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants shows. The survey was conducted among 217 financial professionals. More than half of the respondents remain heavily...

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