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SQL tools vs. Access tools & Data Quality

1. One of the purposes of database tools is to ensure the quality of the Data. What are some trends in Data Quality management that vendors need to pay attention to?

2. Compare the tools that are available for products like SQL Server with what is available in a single user Database such as Access.

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1. One of the purposes of database tools is to ensure the quality of Data. What are some trends in Data Quality management that vendors need to pay attention to?
Some trends in Data Quality Management that vendors need to pay attention to is referenced by Marinos, which includes, "1) linking good data management practices to measurable business outcomes, and 2) making sure the outcomes that you're committing the most attention, time and investment to are the outcomes most important to your organization (i.e., your strategic business objectives).

See: http://www.dmreview.com/issues/20040801/1007208-1.html

ARC references that, "Poor data quality (late, incomplete, or inaccurate) is the Achilles Heel of supply chain management. Long recognized as a problem but often ignored, data quality will likely decline next year as companies add/change trading partners, enter geographies with poor IT capabilities, and are ...

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Almost 1000 words outlines trends in data quality management as well as a comparison for tools available to server databases vs. single-user databases.

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