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Yearly Archives: 2013

Temporary workers make errors with data quality

Richard Jones Archive
Unfortunately, there’s one segment of the workforce that often struggles to maintain high standards with data - temporary workers.

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Data quality error, or election fraud? You be the judge

Richard Jones Archive
Sometimes when things go wrong, it's hard to tell whether you're looking at a data quality error or something ethically fishy.

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Too many companies are neglecting their data quality needs

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Despite the high level of awareness about data quality today, there are still far too many business leaders neglecting it as they go about their daily operations.

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Retail data plays a role in identifying key sales trends

Rachel Wheeler Archive
One way that retail companies try to get ahead is by identifying trends.

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Exploring the reasons behind poor data quality

Rachel Wheeler Archive
If companies allow address management errors to slip through the cracks undetected, they risk sending erroneous mailings or making unsuccessful attempts at marketing and sales efforts.

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Data quality plays a role in forming restaurateurs' strategies

Richard Jones Archive
Consider the case of a restaurateur looking to open a new eatery location. It can be difficult to decide where exactly to set up shop.

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Poor data quality is the 'antihero' of IT

Paul Newman Archive
Jim Harris, data quality guru and curator of the OCDQ Blog, has an interesting idea - poor data quality is like the antihero of the narrative in information technology.

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What can retail data tell us about the forecast for this holiday season?

Rachel Wheeler Archive
In the retail sector, data quality is important because it helps companies learn more about sales trends and use their knowledge to predict future business.

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California physicians demonstrate clear need for better data quality

Rachel Wheeler Archive
There's an independent organization looking to hold private firms accountable for improving the quality of health data.

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Accurate data shows that higher education can prop up the economy

Paul Newman Archive
Two of the primary areas where data quality can have a true impact on people's lives are improving education and propping up the economy. And according to recent reports, the two are interconnected.

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