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Archive | July, 2011

Data Quality: Driven by Function and Form or Glue and String?

Is the data quality in your enterprise driven by function and form or held together by string and glue?  How did you map and build the data structures required to support the functions of the enterprise? Did you start with Business Functions, build a fully normalised, convergent Logical Data Model (LDM) and then base all of […]

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Data Quality: Dead Crows Kill Customers!

Dead Crows also Kill Suppliers! While recently doing a webinar on with Dylan Jones, of Dataqualitypro, I was the describing the essential role of Logical Data Model plays in Data Quality.  During our discussions, Dylan asked me to give examples of how the Model helped and, of course, I had to tell him how Dead […]

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