摘要: In this special guest feature, Christian Lutz, Co-founder and President, Crate.io, believes that if you are thorough in considering your data generation and access needs, you will be in a better position to choose the right database that produces the right quality of data and the efficient access to insights that help drive your business forward towards growth.


In this special guest feature, Christian Lutz, Co-founder and President, Crate.io, believes that if you are thorough in considering your data generation and access needs, you will be in a better position to choose the right database that produces the right quality of data and the efficient access to insights that help drive your business forward towards growth. Christian is a seasoned entrepreneur with 20+ years experience in enterprise software.

With more and more business data being generated, there is an increasing need to take better care of it.

Questions that need to be answered are: Is the right data being collected and collected at the right place, how is missing data addressed, and how are data gaps closed? These are some of the questions around data quality that are critical to have answers to.

Quality and access

Without the right level of data quality, using data might lead to the wrong business conclusions being generated by business leaders and their teams, and even algorithms.

Ensuring that the right data is easily accessible to the right users is essential, making sure it is presented in a fast and user-friendly way to enable them to interact with it and to fully analyze it.

Therefore, data quality as well as simple and full data access will need to be a key part of all ongoing or upcoming data and digitization projects.

Problems faced

To illustrate the problems that organizations are facing, low-code data app provider Domo conducted research among 450 CIOs, chief data officers and vice presidents in data-oriented positions.

It revealed a significant “data decision gap”, impacting companies’ business intelligence efforts. Organizations around the world are investing in data at a higher rate than ever, but 55% of respondents in the Domo research said the process for making decisions had “not changed at all” in their organizations.

They said decisions were largely being made “from the gut”, rather than from the data.

轉貼自: insidebigdata.com

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