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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Simple strategies to keep your data out of the corner

Rachel Wheeler Archive
When unstructured and structured content is reconfigured in the correct ways and analyzed by experts, users can spot surprising correlations that are considered business valuable insights.

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Making the case for data quality

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Some businesses are so busy imagining the potential of big data that they aren't thinking about the potential consequences that can come with it, if the information is corrupt with bad data quality.

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Are companies measuring the costs of data quality when they invest in big data

Paul Newman Archive
Predictive analytics has finally taken off, now that the technology costs have dropped and awareness has grown.

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Achieve data quality improvement by first admitting you have a problem

Richard Jones Archive
Data quality was once a little-known field that was a fledgling part of the internet age, according to Dylan Jones in a recently post for The Data Roundtable blog.

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Financial services sector looks to data in a big way

Paul Newman Archive
In a recent post for The Huffington Post, author and trader Irene Aldridge described the impact of big data on the financial services sector as the new big bang.

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Use POS data and address management to learn more about customers

Paul Newman Archive
With the assistance of customer relationship management systems and analytics tools, brands can learn more about their clients and send them highly targeted messages.

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Expertise and quality can assuage the big data dilemma

Paul Newman Archive
Investors are often finding that no matter how deep their pockets, they still need the right people and solutions, like data quality, to achieve strategic goals.

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Human influence important to big data outcomes

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Companies are excited about big data because it fundamentally changes the way decisions are made.

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Three ways to make 'OK' data quality better

Rachel Wheeler Archive
While companies are discovering the consequences that come with foregoing address management systems and other quality control tools, they may not improve unless they make it a priority.

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Retailers using technology to provide better customer experiences

Rachel Wheeler Archive
If stores have address management programs to protect data quality, they can safely accept remote payments and even pad their contact lists with new client data.

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