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Garbage In, Garbage Out: Getting Good Data Out of Your BI Systems

Source: Focus Research
A big topic in business intelligence (BI) is the importance of “data quality”–cleaning data so that errors and inconsistencies are eliminated as much as possible. But what many users don’t realize is that this is just a part of a larger problem: How do you get the most out of business-relevant data floating around, inside and outside the organization? Discover the importance of clean data, and learn how to achieve it.


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