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Posted Mar 2, 2010

Increase Revenue by Improving Data Quality

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

In these economic tough times, we all need to think of ways to improve our company's bottom-line.  There are many ways to do this.  One of those ways is to improve data quality.  This white paper explores how deploy some best practices related to data quality can reduce expenses for your organization.

Many different factors go into the overall IT cost.  You need to explore the different inefficiencies to determine where you can reduce spending.  One of the first things you need to think about is understanding your operational expenses.   Understanding where your business spends money allows you to start thinking about how to save money.  This is where data quality comes in.  If you can identify where the company is losing revenue due to poor data quality then by improving data quality you will be improving your company's bottom-line.   To help improve data quality your data needs to be complete, and accurate.

Organizations rely on their data to make good management decisions.  When times are tough, your business decision makers rely on their operational data to make key decisions that will improve their financial outlook.   Read this white paper to learn how to improve data quality so your company will have quality data with which to make decisions.  

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