CABAM can be used to compare 2 different values and see if they are equal, unequal, greater than or less than one another (including tolerances). When comparing values, they can be dates, numbers or text.
There are various comparisons that we do in your data to make sure that the rules that you have set in your processes are being adhered to.
Here we demonstrate how CABAM can be used to do date difference comparisons. This simply means that we take one date and we subtract it from another date and compare whether the difference is within a certain tolerance. For example, I can only create a purchase order before I receive the goods, so that […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to compare numbers and make sure that the difference between those 2 numbers is within an acceptable tolerance. It draw a comparison between 2 numbers in relation to one another (greater than, lesser than or equals to) in order to avoid unnecessary or unforeseen losses due to […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to test 2 text fields against each other and make sure that they either match or don’t match. We can also validate that they adhere to specific rules. This aims to avoid bad data management practices. For example, in the scenario in the video, we are […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to do date difference comparisons. This simply means that we take one date and subtract it from another date. It calculates how many days lie between 2 dates and whether this difference lies within a certain tolerance. As presented in the video above, let’s say – […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to identify events that should or should not have occurred between 2 dates. This validates that an event has occurred within a specified and correct time frame. This is done in order to avoid payments being made or received outside of the contract or policy window […]