Everywhere you turn, organizations are talking about valuing their data as an asset.

They understand that data is the lifeblood of their enterprise, important to them in their ability to manage their finances, execute customer service, and improve their operations. Yet, what it means to manage data as an asset is not well documented and most organizations don’t account for their data assets as they do for their other assets.

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