Join the Data Revolution!

In a time of austerity, ensure you’re not counting the cost or carrying the can for poor quality databases.

The vast majority of businesses – around 9 out of 10 – believe that their data is critically flawed and departmental budgets are being wasted. It’s a sentiment that’s borne out by the numbers.

 

Our analysis suggests around 15 per cent of departmental budgets are being wasted on bad data.

But it’s not all bad news. Cost-effective data improvements can compensate and quickly yield a return on investment. For more, click on our infographic below.[Source]

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