Address Quality – Take 2

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By David Loshin

We have dealt with some of our core address quality concepts, but not this one:

The intended recipient must be associated with the deliverable address.

The problem here is no longer address quality but rather address
correctness
.

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Characterizing the Quality of Address Data

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By David Loshin

My company is currently working on a couple of projects associated with address quality and location master data. We are reviewing a lot of the existing documentation that has been collected from a number of different operational systems, as well as reviewing the business processes to see where location data is either created, modified, or read.
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Sometimes Data Quality is the Law

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By Elliot King

We have all read the statistics about the real costs that poor data quality represents. And intuitively, we know that bad data is, well, bad. But, in many cases, bad data is more than just bad for business.
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Clean Data is Good Data

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By Elliot King

The cliché is as old as computing itself–garbage in, garbage out. And that cliché is as true now as ever, if not more so. Unfortunately, with information flowing into companies from so many sources including the Web and third-party providers, mistakes should not just be expected; they are basically inevitable.
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