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Great definition: about data integrity August 18, 2007

Posted by Peter Benza in Data Hygiene, Data Integrity.

I came across this definition from the Data Lever website about data integrity.

“Data integrity involves more than just data cleansing, deduplication, householding, CASS certification, and geocoding. You need information that is consistent, complete, accurate and relevant. To get there, you need an enterprise-class data quality solution that can handle correction, validation, and enhancement of all your data—no matter where is comes from. You need it to be easy to implement, efficient to operate, at a price you can afford.”



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