Our Data Quality Review (DQR) services aim to address six key factors concerning your data:
By addressing these factors, you improve productivity, capability, decision making, compliance, satisfaction, profitability and trust – the case for data quality review writes itself.
With the myriad of data stores, people and technology to contend with, it needs a considered, organised approach and this is where we can help with our Data Quality Programme Service.
How we approach data quality
Our data quality programme process provides a workflow that allows an issue or rule to be recognised, scoped, designed, and implemented within your data:
With this process we build up a database of your unique data quality rules (DQRs) which are packaged up to be applied where-ever you need data quality processing to occur.
Our data quality technology service provides you with a DQR database available in a variety of platforms such as Jira, Zoho, Azure DevOps and more. Workflows, authorisation and reporting are all configured for you to manage your quality programme. We also set up source control for all your data quality scripts to manage tracking, documentation, back-ups and version control.
Our data quality service helps you identify and appoint the right people and internal governance to manage your data quality programme. We can help train the Data Quality Managers, including providing support and mentoring, plus we help identify the key stakeholders who should be part of your DQ Board.
At Euler you own your data quality rules, code and scripts. They are yours to use and keep in any future platform or architecture. It’s why so many companies like yours trust Euler with one of their most important assets, data.
Data quality resources
The Royal British Legion came to Euler to find new ways of using their data to reach…
Experts think that handling data quality issues typically costs organisations between 10% and 30% of revenue (Experian 2021).
Poor quality data can affect many different areas of your business. Efficiency can be stifled, reporting inaccurate,…