Atlanta Business Intelligence Group

Next Meeting

Monday,

November

05

Data Quality - Plain & Simple (sponsor ZapBI)

  • In-Person @ 8000 Avalon Boulevard Suite 900 Alpharetta, Georgia, United States (map)
  • 18:30 - 20:30 (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • Language: English

Sponsor
TREY JOHNSON - Chief Evangelist 
m. +1 (904) 885-1985
e. trey.johnson@zapbi.com

 

Featured Presentation:

Data Quality - Plain & Simple

Neal Waterstreet, Sr. Consultant Prologika

Presentation Speaker: Neal Waterstreet Duration: 60 minutes Track: Strategy and Architecture Level: Beginner Data quality is a subject that comes up over and over again in many organizations. Most executives are concerned about the quality of the information used in their decisions. We talk about "good data" and "bad data" but what do those terms mean? In this presentation, we will first define what data quality is and look at how to measure it with data quality dimensions. Then, we'll explore common causes for data quality issues and how to perform a data quality assessment. Finally, we'll review the results and discuss some strategies and tools that can help improve the quality of the data in your organization. Neal is a BI Architect/Consultant with Prologika and he has more than 20 years of industry experience. Neal is skilled in the entire BI spectrum, including dimensional modeling, ETL design and development using Integration Services (SSIS), designing and developing multidimensional cubes and Tabular models using Analysis Services (SSAS) and Master Data Management using Microsoft Data Services (MDS). He's also involved with the database community with the Atlanta BI SQL Server User Group and the Atlanta Modern Excel User Group.

About Neal:
Neal is a BI Architect/Consultant with more than 20 years of industry experience. Neal is skilled in the entire BI spectrum, including dimensional modeling, ETL design and development using Integration Services (SSIS), designing and developing multidimensional cubes and Tabular models using Analysis Services (SSAS) and Master Data Management using Microsoft Data Services (MDS). He's also involved with the database community and is the co-founder and co-leader of the PASS Healthcare Virtual Chapter and the Atlanta Modern Excel User Group.

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