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David Loshin

Welcome to my BeyeNETWORK Blog. This is going to be the place for us to exchange thoughts, ideas and opinions on all aspects of the information quality and data integration world. I intend this to be a forum for discussing changes in the industry, as well as how external forces influence the way we treat our information asset. The value of the blog will be greatly enhanced by your participation! I intend to introduce controversial topics here, and I fully expect that reader input will "spice it up." Here we will share ideas, vendor and client updates, problems, questions and, most importantly, your reactions. So keep coming back each week to see what is new on our Blog!

About the author >

David is the President of Knowledge Integrity, Inc., a consulting and development company focusing on customized information management solutions including information quality solutions consulting, information quality training and business rules solutions. Loshin is the author of The Practitioner's Guide to Data Quality Improvement, Master Data Management, Enterprise Knowledge Management: The Data Quality Approachand Business Intelligence: The Savvy Manager's Guide. He is a frequent speaker on maximizing the value of information. David can be reached at loshin@knowledge-integrity.com or at (301) 754-6350.

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I am honored to be one of the co-moderators of the upcoming TDWI Solution Summit on Master Data, Quality, and Governance, to be held March 4-6 in Savannah, GA. I attended one of these events in the past, met a lot of people currently engaged in launching an MDM project, but this year I have helped to find some cases studies that focus on master data as a result of good data quality and governance techniques, not the driver. Please go to the web site and check it out, then apply to be a delegate! Hope to see you there!

Posted December 15, 2011 8:44 AM
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There is a difference between data validity and data correctness, especially in that valid data might still be wrong. I have a series of notes about data validity, data correctness, and some approaches for considering the difference and taking action that I am currently developing at my Data Quality book website. Please check them out!

Posted April 1, 2011 12:56 PM
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I have had a great opportunity to put some thoughts to paper (courtesy of Informatica) regarding methods for understanding business impacts related to data quality improvement and how they can be isolated, organized, measured, and communicated to a variety of stakeholders across the organization.

 

Here are links for downloading the papers:

Understanding the Financial Value of Data Quality Improvement

Improved Risk Management via Data Quality Improvement

Improving Organization Productivity through Improved Data Quality

Please check them out and let me know your thoughts! 


Posted March 14, 2011 6:12 AM
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It is not too late to sign up for tomorrow's breakfast event in Charlotte, NC: I have been invited by data quality and MDM tool company Ataccama to be the invited guest speaker at a series of breakfast seminar events in early March, with the last one tomorrow. Sign up now!


Posted March 2, 2011 9:29 AM
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I will be presenting at a webinar hosted by Talend on December 2 at 2:00PM EDT, 11:00AM PDT on Fundamtental Techniques to Maximize the Value of Your Enterprise Data. In this presentation I will discuss the convergence of the value of three interconnected techniques: master data managemetn, data integration, and data quality. As data repurposing grows, so do the challenges in centralizing semantics, and we wil look at some common challenges. Join me on Dec 2!

Posted November 29, 2010 12:56 PM
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