Monthly Archives: April 2012

Accuracy of Addresses – do you have a doppelganger?

You are an individual. There is, by definition only one of you in the entire universe. Fact. But none of the information which defines you is unique. You live in a given town – so do lots of other people. … Continue reading

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Poor Data – Surely you don’t mean me?

I thought I would share an experience I had when implementing a data quality firewall which I think illustrates the difficulties faced when trying to gain traction for any sort of data quality initiative. I was responsible for developing an … Continue reading

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Who Cares about Data Quality?

I recently wrote an article discussing the difficulties in putting together a sound business case to support a data quality program. Following on from that article I would like to touch on the issue of who actually makes decisions regarding … Continue reading

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