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Data Management as a Business Discipline – Part 3: Enabling Frameworks

  • Bill Schmarzo 

A Business Discipline consists of systematic research, observation, measurement, and experimentation resulting in the assimilation of learnings into laws, theorems, concepts, principles, practices, frameworks, and formulas to enable the consistent application and ongoing enhancements from the real-world application of that discipline.


What is trustable data? Why do you need it?

  • Edwin Walker 

Trustable data can be defined as data that comes from specific and trusted sources and is used according to its intended use. It is delivered in the appropriate format and time frames for specific users.


Best practices to maintain high data quality

  • Edwin Walker 

With the world’s data multiplying in leaps and bounds, every organization is trying to make better business decisions in marketing, product development, and finance using insights from the data they hold. The value of businesses today can be measured by the quality of the data they hold.

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Challenges and Best Practices of Data Cleansing

  • Edwin Walker 

Data accuracy is the biggest challenge many businesses encounter in their quest to cleanse data. Having accurate data is the foundation of the usefulness of data in all its stages of use.

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