​Data is the lifeblood of nearly all organizations, enabling them to better understand and serve partners and customers, meet compliance regulations, get products to market faster and more efficiently, improve business processes and increase profitability.

However, success at all of these goals depends on having the right data for the right tasks available to the right individuals. That makes the issue of data quality a top concern. Information Management recently hosted a roundtable of data experts in the financial services and insurance industries to discuss their best practices for establishing a data quality strategy, selecting the best data collection and governance processes, and creating an organizational culture that focuses on preserving data quality.

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