As all aspects of business grow into tech-based methodologies, data accuracy becomes a concern not only for traditionally data-based jobs, but across departments and business interests. As an IT stakeholder with access to and control over web data, your role is even more critical. If the data you work with isn’t accurate, you’ll see all kinds of problems. It will be more difficult for you to identify any potential operational problems, and the business stakeholders at your organization won’t effectively work with the metrics that matter to them. If your organization depends on any third-party platforms for optimization or performance you could either be in for a world of trouble, or ensure a cleaner, faster, more accurate data flow.
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Every department at your organization will rely on your data to inform the direction of developments. With that in mind, the accuracy of your data has huge implications business-wide. It’s not just about web health or operational efficiency. If you run with any vendors that interfere with your data, you’re bound to see negative impacts across departments.
“Tal Talks” is an article series for IT professionals from SiteSpect’s resident IT guru, Tal Cohen. For over 12 years Tal has been assisting SiteSpect customers with digital infrastructure issues and challenges in improving customer experience.