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MDM Data Quality as a Process


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Comments (7)
Hi Jim;

I think we're going to see alot more of this proactive information management...this is exactly how our brains work: compare the incoming data points to an existing store and either create equivalencies to existing and update or add as necessary.

It's leaner, cheaper, works in multiple languages and disciplines and reduces the amount of sludge we have to pack around.

John O'

Posted by John O | Tuesday, August 18 2009 at 5:33PM ET
I agree with you, a process for data quality at input would be very beneficial to organisations. Implementing customizable validation rule sets by software developers would make the quality process quite an asset.
Posted by Fakhrudin J | Wednesday, August 19 2009 at 2:01AM ET
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