From a data quality perspective 2017 looks set to be a challenging year with organisations across the board striving to tackle the challenges of Open Data and the pressures of new regulation.
Meet Pavan, our resident Data Quality Management Expert, who chats with us about what he enjoys, the most common data quality problems he encounters and what he thinks are the biggest barriers for 2017.
In this second article in the series on tips for a data quality business case, I'm going to explain the importance of creating a ‘Lean Pilot and Roadshow’ for getting senior stakeholder buy-in.
In this first of a two-part series, I share tips for increasing the success of your data quality business case.
This week I’m looking at personal buyer drivers, and how they can influence the decision to approve or reject your data quality business case.
Open Data is growing in importance as commercial organisations see value in this data for their own purposes. However, with budgets under ever increasing strain, high quality Open Data has become harder to produce. During our recent study with the Open Data Institute, we identified the 3 key obstacles to creating high quality Open Data.
With 2017 underway, we decided to have a look back at what data subjects proved most popular with you during 2016. Below are our 5 most popular articles from last year covering data migrations – hurdles to avoid and approaches to consider; measuring data quality and the 6 key dimensions for assessment; data governance responsibilities for data quality success and of course GDPR, perhaps one of the most talked about data subjects of 2016. See if you missed any of the key talking points.
“Social [Media] is dead” – according to one keynote speaker at the DMA’s recent Data Protection Update, sponsored by Experian. At this event there were a range of business leaders and experts speaking about data management strategies but this statement really grabbed my attention.
People today are used to a certain level of ease in their online buying experience. In particular, they expect processes to be completed as fast as possible, in as few steps as possible. In a recent study. 25% of consumers said they found the average website navigation too complicated and 20% claimed it took too long.
Data usage is evolving, but so are data quality tools and users
Over the past few years, we at Experian have seen a big shift in data usage. Businesses are learning how to truly unlock the power of data to better serve their clients.
Experian wouldn’t be the company we are today without the people who make up our team – so we thought it’s time we introduced these individuals, their stories and their talents.
So sit back, share a coffee with us while we chat with Marvi Martinez Villegas, our new Senior Data Management Consultant.
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