These examples of waste represent one of the primary objectives of information quality - to eliminate waste. The other key objective of IQ, as with any valid quality system, is to increase customer satisfaction.
Poor quality information causes processes to fail, creating cost of recovery, cost of fixing defective data and customer alienation that costs customer lifetime value.
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