Best practice part one: data architecture and data entry

Best practice part one: data architecture and data entry

20 years ago, waste data was either purely focused on tonnes and price, or it didn’t exist at all. Today, waste data architecture is growing, and it will continue expanding over the next five to 10 years.

Mandalay Technologies’ plan is to drive that change.

“The waste industry needs to think of data beyond just capturing a transaction at the weighbridge. So much more value can be gained from waste data,” Simon Kalinowski, Mandalay CEO, says.

“But when it comes to best practice for your data architecture, our key message is that understanding the data relationships between systems is important. “

To learn more, watch part one of Mandalay Technologies’ three-part Waste Facility Best Practice series below or click here.

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