In our information quality practice, the most significant driving force (and one that is well-received by the clients) is in transforming an organization from being a reactive information quality (IQ) environment to being a proactive one. The difference is intuitive: a reactive organization addresses IQ issues as they arise, while a proactive organization attempts to eliminate problems before they occur.

The strategy for developing the proactive environment involves, among other things, three aspects:

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