sponsored by Pitney Bowes Business Insight
Posted:  31 Aug 2009
Published:  31 Aug 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  33  Page(s)
Type:  Analyst Report
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

The industry has been trying to improve data quality for decades and with the influx of vendors’ offerings dedicated to resolving data quality issues, one might assume the problems have been resolved. A glance through the current literature reveals, however, that the problem of poor data quality is still very much alive.

As important as it is for both organizations and vendors to understand the current state of data quality in organizations, there is very little concrete information available regarding the state of data quality in business. The Information Difference, an analyst firm focusing on master data management, conducted a survey aimed at gaining deeper insight into the views of business regarding their current or planned data quality initiatives.

This paper brings an in-depth look at the results of this survey and tries to clearly define and measure the state of data quality. Learn what 193 respondents who completed the survey from all around the world had to say about the state of data quality.






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