Data quality webcast next week

June 12, 2009
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A number of readers have raised the issue of data quality to me over the past few months, especially as it relates to getting value (or not) from advanced analytics.  So I wanted to pass along that SAS will be hosting a free webcast next week specifically about data quality. 

Got Bad Data? Part 2
Wednesday, June 17, at 1 p.m. ET USA 

It is the second in a series of live webcasts focused specifically on this problem, and will be delivered by Guarav Verma and Anne Milley, two of my colleagues here in SAS who live this area of technology.   Some of the topics they plan to cover include data quality profiling, continuous improvement, data collection with closed-loop monitoring, and of course supporting analytical applications.  For healthcare organizations, I believe they are even going to offer a free assessment to viewers following the webcast  using their data…should be interesting.

Oh, and if you didn’t manage to catch Part 1, you can view the replay of it here.



A number of readers have raised the issue of data quality to me over the past few months, especially as it relates to getting value (or not) from advanced analytics.  So I wanted to pass along that SAS will be hosting a free webcast next week specifically about data quality. 

Got Bad Data? Part 2
Wednesday, June 17, at 1 p.m. ET USA 

It is the second in a series of live webcasts focused specifically on this problem, and will be delivered by Guarav Verma and Anne Milley, two of my colleagues here in SAS who live this area of technology.   Some of the topics they plan to cover include data quality profiling, continuous improvement, data collection with closed-loop monitoring, and of course supporting analytical applications.  For healthcare organizations, I believe they are even going to offer a free assessment to viewers following the webcast  using their data…should be interesting.

Oh, and if you didn’t manage to catch Part 1, you can view the replay of it here.


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