As we approach the final hurdle my penultimate blog is going to based on the importance of sufficiency in relation to information. Sufficient is in other words having an adequate amount of information. If there is a shortage of accurate or sufficient information then important business related decesions have the tendency to be vague and not have enough evidence behind their reasoning. If a business decision is insufficient then it lacks the knowledge that is needed in order for it to be a success.
The more questions that are asked, the more money that is spent on trying on get accurate information will result in overall better sufficiency and adequate reliability. It is also important to have a store of sufficient information in case of an emergency. If a business runs into huge financial difficulty there must be a back-up of sufficient information about how the problem can be resolved. A substantial amount of money and time can be saved if the information is adequate.
If a company has sufficient information then it has a bright future in store as it is more likely to beable to cope with any problems which it may run into.