If information is an asset and it is managed as such, then it follows that business cases should be fairly easy, right? The last article, "The Value of Information," which appeared in the May issue of DM Direct reviewed the benefits of information as a true, accountable asset. Unfortunately this is not the case. Most recent attempts at ROI for information pursuits still focus on narrow traditional parts of the benefit case.

Let me explain.

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