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Thursday, August 20, 2009


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Thanks for the input James.

Business people are just as likely to be oblivious to the technical implications of poor data quality as technical people are of the business perspective.

Isn't it nice to have a problem where blame can be so evenly apportioned?!

James Beresford

Steve, appreciate this series - as a DW body poor Data Quality is the bane of my existence - especially on first cut projects where people simply don't believe they have a problem.

I appreciate you framing it in business terms - a mistake us techy folks often make is to see it as a barrier to *us* doing our jobs properly - and thus fail to see how to 'sell' it to the business as their problem as well.

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