Data quality refers to the overall utility of a dataset as a function of its ability to be easily processed and analysed for other uses, usually by a database, data warehouse, or data analytics system.
In 2022, most organisations in the UK collect and store data for a wide range of reasons, it’s important to not only protect the information collected but also to make sure it’s as accurate and as specific as possible so the data has a chance to provide you with business-critical information in the future.
Data is extremely valuable, it can tell you where your organisation is doing well and what areas need improvement, where you should be investing your time and resources and what areas of your business receive little to no ROI.
There are 5 key traits that you will find in high-quality data:
Accuracy / Completeness / Reliability / Relevance / Timeliness
On the 8th of July 2022, our hosts Oliver Rear, Phil Brining and David Holmes will team up with Colin Sales from 3C Consulting to discuss Data Quality and share their top tips on managing information for data excellence.
Our partners for this session, 3C, are a leading independent technology and data consultancy specialising in the UK’s social housing sector. 3C’s goal is to support organisations to optimise the benefits of technology and data in achieving their strategic ambition making them the ideal guest for this particular session.
8th July 2022
12:30PM - 13:30PM
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