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Tony Young Celebrates Informatica Marketplace’s First Birthday

Informatica CIO, Tony Young talks about what’s happened in the last year with the Informatica Marketplace. Hear him talk about the adoption, its growth and why customers keep coming back for more.

 

 

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Building A Business Case For Data Quality: Categorize The Anomalies

Building A Business Case For Data Quality, 5 of a 7-part series

Once you finish your initial assessment, you need to summarize a very long list of potential issues you discovered. This is where you should group the issues to make the presentation of the results more meaningful. For example, you can group items by table—these are X number of issues found affecting Y percent of records per table. Sometimes I group them into the following types of characteristics:

Completeness

  • Is all the requisite information available?
  • Are all the address fields populated?
  • Are data values missing or in an unusable state?
  • Are the phone numbers populated?
  • Do all the inpatient claims contain an admission date? (more…)
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Business Value Assessment Versus Data Quality Assessment

Here at Informatica, I provide a number of services for our customers and prospects.  Two of them are the Business Value Assessment and the Data Quality Assessment.  Customers are frequently confused about what the two services provide.  So, let me explain each at a high level.

The DQ Assessment starts with the data.  It is targeted toward the IT organization and in mainly looking at characteristics of the data.  The characteristics Informatica considers important are:

Completeness

  • Is all the requisite information available?
  • Are data values missing or in an unusable state? (more…)
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