Data quality: improving to survive

Wipro's Sukant Paikray offers advice on how firms can better address the increasing demand for higher data quality

Sukant Paikray, Wipro

Regulatory compliance requirements, the increasing role of enterprise risk management, and climbing operational costs are all positioning data quality as a top priority for financial institutions. Improving data quality is no longer a secondary activity, but rather a systematic, enterprise-wide agenda aimed at achieving maturity through effective governance and the integration of quality measures.

The immediate focus is on tracing the data lineage and implementing proper controls over critical

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