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Do data quality dimensions have a place in assessing data quality?

Martin Doyle June 13th, 2013 News

Participating in “the great data debate” – a joint event held by the BCS and DAMA (UK) on the 20th of June 2013 – DQ Global®’s CEO, Martin Doyle, will be one of the speakers facilitating the question “Do data quality dimensions have a place in assessing data quality?”

For the past year DAMA (UK) has been running a Data Quality Dimensions Working Group. This group of experienced practitioners, users and vendors have been working together to draft six standard data quality dimensions which have now been published as a white paper. This event will be the official launch of the white paper and attendees will be invited to join members of the working group to:

  • Review the standard dimensions in the white paper
  • Join the debate on their suitability
  • Contribute feedback to the further development of this approach.

The purpose of the event is to assimilate industry practitioner views on data quality dimensions and their role in assessing data quality Other guest speakers include – Dylan Jones (Data Quality Pro), Kenneth MacKinnon (Lloyds Banking Group), Helen Fereday (Aviva), Wayne Wiggins (X88), Dr Timothy King (LSC Group).

The event will help to demonstrate different views on data quality dimensions and their role in assessing data quality. Hope to see you there!  Sign up here

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Written by Martin Doyle

Martin is CEO and founder of DQ Global, a Data Quality Software company based in the UK. With an engineering background, Martin previously ran a CRM Software business. He has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience over the years and has established himself as a Data Quality Improvement Evangelist and an industry expert.
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