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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Data profiling gives visibility to data quality issues

Katie Slattery 2 minute read Data quality

The chief benefit of data profiling is that it helps you see things that are, to all intents, invisible to the naked eye. In doing so, you get a clear, more comprehensive picture about where you stand.

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IT professionals 'not utilising' business intelligence

Katie Slattery 2 minute read Data quality

Organisations are failing to make the most out of business intelligence, with key IT ecosystem measurements and metrics not being appropriately captured and analysed.

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Quality data management

Greg Taylor 2 minute read Data quality

Data has gone from being a niche concept to a fully-fledged way of life for many organisations. It has slowly but surely risen up the business agenda and is now a boardroom level priority. The asset is now accepted as being a tool that fuels innovation and fosters excellence.

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CRMs useful for SMBs

Greg Taylor 2 minute read Data quality

Five years on from the financial crisis, which has so far resulted in two recessions in the UK, small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are battling hard every day to deliver quality goods and services while maintaining a healthy profit ratio.

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The more data the better

Katie Slattery 2 minute read Data quality

It is often said that in the digital age the continuous glut of data being produced is leading to "information overload". While that may be true in certain cases, for the most part, with a bit of nous, the volume of data can be a phenomenal asset.

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