• Expert: Data quality is misunderstood

    While many businesses today have an abundant supply of data, many of them lack good processes for keeping it clean and accurate. Larry English, president of Information Impact International, an information quality consultancy based in Brentwood, Tenn., believes too many companies focus on...

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  • Acting on data quality in the data warehouse

    Data quality can be a hard thing to grasp. You can't improve what you can't measure.

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  • Update: Pitney Bowes to buy Firstlogic

    Pitney Bowes expanded its presence in the data quality market by acquiring Firstlogic, shrinking the number of pure-play vendors and vendor options.

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  • Data quality violations, part 3

    And then of course, there's the issue of referential integrity as a category of potential data quality errors.

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  • Data quality market consolidating

    With the purchase of Evoke Software, Similarity has its eye on the North American data quality market.

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  • Definitions of data quality

    Data quality is about the data meeting user expectations.

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  • Data quality: Beware the dirty things your customers see

    Think you know what "customer data" really means? Guest columnist Tom Redman proposes a new way of defining customer data and suggests that the quality of data your customers see might be more critical than you realize.

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  • Trillium zeroes in on the user

    One analyst says you won't see any technology breakthroughs in the new data quality release, but you will find some neat usability additions.

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  • Report: Half of data warehouse projects to fail

    With 50% of data warehousing projects expected to fail over the next three years, companies need to keep bad data from getting into their systems.

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  • Data quality market evolves as interest ramps up

    The data quality market has seen some consolidation in recent years and, as bad data continues to haunt the enterprise, that should continue.

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