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Data Quality: A Survival Guide for Marketing

Source: SAP
Even with the finest marketing organizations, the success of marketing comes down to the data. Ensuring data quality can be a significant challenge, particularly when you have thousands or even millions of prospect records in your CRM system and you are trying to target the right prospect. Data quality, data integration, and other functions of enterprise information management (EIM) are crucial to this endeavor. Read more.


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