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In today's competitive market, many organizations are unaware of the quantity of poor-quality data in their systems. Some organizations assume that their data is of adequate quality, although they ...

In today's competitive market, many organizations are unaware of the quantity of poor-quality data in their systems. Some organizations assume that their data is of adequate quality, although they have conducted no metrical or statistical analysis to support the assumption. Others know that their performance is hampered by poor-quality data, but they cannot measure the problem.

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