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Planes, Trains, Automobiles… and Meetings

Sep 8, 2015 8:07:11 AM / by Matt Lesnak posted in Data Visualization, Data Analytics for Associations, data discovery, data quality management, data visualization, member engagement, Tableau, analytics, Association Analytics, Business Intelligence, business intelligence

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Each Labor Day weekend, analysts discuss the impact of gasoline prices and other factors on travel driven by an extra day off and the symbolic end of summer. Some estimates indicate that a greater number of travelers by car saved a collective $1.4 billion this year, much of which was spent elsewhere during trips.

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How Can Associations Use SQL 2012 Data Quality Services (DQS)?

Jun 24, 2013 6:22:26 PM / by Debbie King posted in data governance, Data Quality Management, associations, data discovery, data quality management, Business Intelligence, business intelligence

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This is what bad data is like...
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Data is an Asset

Feb 11, 2013 8:00:05 AM / by Debbie King posted in data governance, data mining, Data Quality Management, associations, big data, data integrity, data quality management, Business Intelligence

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Data is one of the most important assets an association has because it defines each association’s uniqueness. You have data on members and prospects, their interests and purchases, your events, speakers, your content, social media, press, your staff, budget, strategic plan, and much more. But is your data accurate and are you using it fully? Your data is an asset and should be carefully cultivated, managed and refined into information which will allow you to better serve your community and ensure you remain viable in today’s competitive landscape.

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Balanced Scorecard and Business Intelligence

Dec 1, 2012 11:37:14 PM / by Debbie King posted in data governance, associations, Balanced Scorecard, data quality management, Business Intelligence, business intelligence, hadoop

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Sometimes when an organization begins a business intelligence initiative (BI) they are so excited about data visualization and data transparency in the form of dashboards that the first thing they want to do is start measuring everything.  I believe that strategy comes before measures and those organizations that thoughtfully and purposefully align what they are measuring to their strategic plan achieve more meaningful long-term results from their BI initiative.

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