DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Restore Trust in Your Data Using a Business-Aligned Data Quality Management Approach" report from Info-Tech Research Group has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Get ahead of the data curve by conquering data quality challenges.
Regardless of the driving business strategy or focus, organizations are turning to data to leverage key insights and help improve the organization's ability to realize its vision, key goals, and objectives.
Poor quality data, however, can negatively affect time-to-insight and can undermine an organization's customer experience efforts, product or service innovation, operational efficiency, or risk and compliance management. If you are looking to draw insights from your data for decision making, the quality of those insights is only as good as the quality of the data feeding or fueling them.
Improving data quality means having a data quality management practice that is sustainably successful and appropriate to the use of the data, while evolving to keep pace with or get ahead of changing business and data landscapes. It is not a matter of fixing one data set at a time, which is resource and time intensive, but instead identifying where data quality consistently goes off the rails and creating a program to improve the data processes at the source.
This research is designed for:
- A CIO or data management executive looking to improve data quality, reduce data complexity, and build a data quality practice.
- Data owners and stewards who are tasked with the duty of improving data quality and/or currently managing data initiatives.
This research will help you:
- Align your data quality initiative with the business, exercising just enough effort to making it fit for purpose.
- Avoid common pitfalls and challenges that derail data quality initiatives.
- Recognize any organizational data quality gaps and deficiencies and improve them.
- Get to the root of data quality issues to fix data quality issues where they start.
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