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I have written many blog posts about how it’s neither a realistic nor a required data management goal to achieve data perfection, i.e., 100% data quality or zero defects.

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Comments (11)
Would you apply those rules to your bank account?
Posted by Jan H | Wednesday, May 25 2011 at 11:25AM ET
Just for clarity are you talking about Data Quality of the transactions within a database...or the Data Quality of the application settings and master data that drive the computations and processing of the transactions? I contend that it may be acceptable for 99% quality for transactions but companies always should be aiming for 100% of the drivers that impact the system's outputs and reports.
Posted by Y | Wednesday, May 25 2011 at 11:30AM ET
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