Garbage in, garbage out
Data entry may seem like a routine task, but without set standards you could end up with one big mess, writes Michael Warren
One of the challenges of managing large marketing databases is the maintenance of data entry standards. Although it might seem obvious, very few firms actually have clearly defined data entry standards. They exist in anecdotal format generally agreed by marketing teams or quality committees, but they are rarely documented and hardly ever enforced.
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