Customer Centricity and Connections: Establishing the Link

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By David Loshin

In my last post, we began to look at the value proposition for grouping individual customers into logical groupings. We began by looking at a grouping that generally appears naturally, namely the traditional residential household.

We talked about householding in a previous blog posting, but it is worth
reviewing the basic approaches used for determining that a group of individuals
share a household.… Read More

Data Quality’s Three C’s Go Beyond Accuracy

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By Elliot King

In many cases, quality, like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder. The exact characteristics that define quality can be hard to describe. For example, a news report recently described a new, synthetic method for producing diamonds.
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Record Linkage and Data Enhancement

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By David Loshin

In my last two posts we looked at the distribution of information about entities and the use of record linkage to find corresponding data records in different data sets that can be linked together. Record linkage can be used for a number of processes that we bundle under the concept of “data enhancement,” which we’ll use to describe any methods for

improving the value and usefulness of information.… Read More