The idiom “garbage in, garbage out” is taking on new significance in our increasingly data-driven world. As retailers of all shapes and sizes become more and more reliant on data in all aspects of their business, the cost of bad — or “dirty” — data is rising.
Bad data is estimated to cost the U.S. over $3 trillion annually, not to mention other less measurable costs resulting from the operational inefficiencies or faulty decision-making that bad data can create.
Check out this infographic from Association Analytics to learn more about what dirty data is and how to clean things up.
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