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Data Quality Blog

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Jack Hinckley

Jack Hinckley


Skills Gap in Data Quality A Major Challenge for Businesses

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Lack of Data Quality Expertise an Issue for Businesses As the amount of data created by businesses and their consumers increases, the need to organize and comprehend this data in a meaningful way increases as well. Unfortunately for many companies, in-house data quality expertise is expensive to hire or develop internally, while time and money are certainly highly-prized commodities for any sized company. According to a report from Forbes, 27% of the 300 Senior Executives at companies in North America, Britain and Ireland reported that the data quality skills gap was a major roadblock to their data and business analytics efforts.

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Poor Data Quality Keeps CEOs Up at Night

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Poor Data Quality Keeps CEOs Up at Night A leadership position in the business world is fraught with stress. Each day, the decisions made by C-level executives affect the livelihoods of a sizeable number of individuals. With so much at stake, CEOs want as much information as possible to aid them in their responsibility of making the best decisions possible to continue company growth and look out for the interests of customers and employees alike. 

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C-Level Execs Extol Virtues of Data-Driven Business

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Data and Analytics Grow Businesses While you’re likely unsurprised to read our blog posts to find us describing the multitude of benefits of running a business based on clean, clear data, it’s time we heard from someone else on the topic. Luckily for us, EY and Forbes Insights conducted a survey of over 1,500  business executives who have used data quality and analytics to grow and streamline their organizations.

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Proof That Data-Driven Business is Here to Stay

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Data and Analytics Growth Projections While some businesses and niche industries have been slow to accept data and analytics as a long-term part of business, a recent report from International Data Corp. convincingly shows that the trend towards data-driven businesses is very much here to stay. The report’s projections tell a story of wholehearted acceptance of the advantages of using clean, accurate data to run more efficient and more profitable business.

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Healthcare Organizations Look to Big Data to Lower Costs, Offer Better Care

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Data in the Healthcare Industry With the costs associated with healthcare increasing every year, healthcare organization leaders are leaving no stone unturned in order to offer patients more effective treatment while trying to keep costs down. Healthcare executives are being aided in this ambitious endeavour by utilizing data analytic tools that allow them to use their own data to tell them how to best help patients and more effectively run their healthcare networks.

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How Data Built One of the Fastest Growing Breweries in the U.S.

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If you ever visit Naveego HQ here in Traverse City, Michigan, you’re likely to notice the prevalence of microbreweries in and around town. And it’s not just our frozen winters that drives locals to take solace in a frothy brew. Craft brewing has become a booming industry in the United States, with double-digit growth over the past year. In fact, the Brewers Association values the craft brewing industry at a staggering $22.3 billion dollars.  

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SQL or Cloud Databases? For Many Businesses, It's Both

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Multiple Databases, Multiple Headaches? In the past, database management was relatively straightforward. Using SQL databases, businesses needed only one skillset to manage their database. Data organization was quite painless as organizations needed only to analyze information from a single type of source. Sure, it was relatively expensive to have SQL servers on-premise, but it was a small price to pay to have your data safe and sound in a single, accessible location.

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