Free Data Quality Tool from Melissa Data Enables 100% Accuracy in Address Auto-Completion

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Express Entry® Validates Addresses as They are Entered; Improves Online Experience and Eliminates Possibility of Incorrect Data


Rancho Santa Margarita, CALIF- February 4, 2014 – Melissa Data, a leading provider of contact data quality and integration solutions, today announced free availability of Express Entry®, the company’s address auto-completion tool designed to eliminate bad data at the source of entry.… Read More

Data Quality Assessment: Column Value Analysis

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By David Loshin

In recent blog series, I have shared some thoughts about methods used for data quality and data correction/cleansing. This month, I’d like to share some thoughts about data quality assessment, and the techniques that analysts use to review potential anomalies that present themselves.
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Achieving “Proactivity?”

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By David Loshin

Standardizing the approaches and methods used for reviewing data errors, performing root cause analysis, and designing and applying corrective or remedial measures all help ratchet an organization’s data quality maturity up a notch or two. This is particularly effective when fixing the processes that allow data errors to be introduced in the first place totally eliminates the errors altogether.
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Increasing Data Utility and Gaining Business Value from Data Enhancement

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By David Loshin

  Most business applications are originally designed to serve a specific purpose, and
  consequently, the amount of data either collected or created by any specific application is
  typically just enough to get the specific job done. In this case, the data is utilized for the
  specific intent, and we’d say that the “degree of utility” is limited to that single business application.… Read More