A place for anecdotes and moans, opinions and contemplations about data/information quality and international data.
Monday, June 23, 2014
And your point is?
The costs of data quality failures are often very difficult to quantify, and, given the way that businesses operate, being unable to put a price tag on these failures usually means that they are given a low priority by organisations. Recently Amsterdam City Council made a data quality error which illustrates just how much they can cost.