Peter would like to thank Brian Swarbrick of Palladium Group for his contribution to this column.

Throughout this series, I have discussed how organizations can become information empowered, with an inherent assumption that it’s accurate information. When this assumption is incorrect, the results can be devastating: decisions made with poor or incomplete information can often impact a company’s bottom line more negatively than if the information were not presented at all. This month, I’ll discuss how data quality issues occur and how your organization can begin to identify and address them.

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