One of the truisms of the data administrator is that accurate data is the backbone of corporate decision making. Entire careers and software product lines have been made on the belief in this axiom.

While accurate and complete data is a good thing wherever you can get it, interestingly, accuracy may not be necessary for the decisions made on and about the data residing in a data warehouse. There are some interesting cases where accuracy is not needed.

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