17 Dec 2013
Financial firms’ data managers are always trying to improve upon the quality of the data they work with, and feed on to their colleagues. Yet there is a widespread perception that the tools available for data management, particularly for ensuring data quality, are rudimentary. The complexity of data reporting rules and the webs of data warehouses most firms put together, along with the expenses involved in complying with those rules and maintaining those data stores, may be compounding the problem, if the management tools available are insufficient. Our webcast will explore how the industry views the current state of data quality measures and tools, and will examine what improvements may emerge.
Location: 10am London time / 3pm New York time, Your computer, USA
Event Type: Online
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