Even the most powerful analytical tools are only as good as the data they crunch, and intelligence built on bad data can be worse than no analysis at all. Far too often, companies make large decisions or formulate strategic objectives with full knowledge – or at least a strong inkling – that their data is flawed or incomplete, simply because they can’t see past the status quo.
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