A new study by 451 Research reveals that there is a significant lack of confidence in data quality management despite the desire by many organizations to implement more advanced data-reliant initiatives.

The study, which was commissioned by Blazent, a leading data quality management company, polled more than 200 C-level and senior IT leaders. Entitled The Role of Data Quality Management in Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics, the report revealed that while nearly two-thirds (67 percent) of respondents “have a strong appetite for advanced analytics technologies,” more than half (60 percent) have low confidence in their organization’s data quality management practices.

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