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Data quality issues need to be 'addressed early'

Rachel Wheeler

November 19, 2010

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Businesses that fail to address data quality issues as soon as they become a problem could find that they experience more difficulties in the future.

This is the view of B-Eye Network blogger David Loshin who explained that problems within organizations can often be traced back to poor data quality and inaccurate information.

Indeed, the industry expert added that while storing and utilizing poor data can have a negative effect on helping businesses achieve their goals, data quality improvements and tools can help to tackle and solve any problems.

"These flaws are mitigated through data quality management and control: controlling the quality of the information production process from beginning to end to ensure that any imperfections are identified early, prioritized and remediated before material impacts can be incurred," Mr Loshin noted.

"Controlling the quality of the information production process from beginning to end [can] ensure that any imperfections are identified early, prioritised and remediated before material impacts can be incurred."

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