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 finger trouble.
For example, in the scenario above, The Cost Amount Must be less that the sales value. So, if the cost amount is 16 and the sales value is 17, then there are no issues. But if one value is meant to be smaller than, greater than or equal to another value and isn’t and CABAM is used to compare numbers, it will pick this up and mark it as an anomaly.