Australian Data Managers Debate Quality Concerns

Variations in definitions for processes intended to improve quality require thought about strategy and targeted attention

Data managers shared perspectives on quality issues at the Sydney conference on August 17

The pursuit of data quality requires solid, clearly defined structures, an understanding of what a firm is trying to do with data—including support of analytics—and, in some cases, careful reconstruction.

Maria Milosavljevic, chief information officer at the Australia Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), speaking at the Sydney Financial Information and Technology Summit on August 17, said the need for solid data quality structure and uniform data quality depends on what an

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