By Alex Ng
Telecommunications, now more than ever, rely on having quality data to function productively. At the exponential pace the market is growing, companies that cannot keep up and innovate will be left behind.
Due to this, there have been numerous changes over time. Companies get acquired, merge with others, or sell certain parts of their business. With all this constant shift of information, compounded over several back-end systems, there is, to say the least, a lot of data. To some, consolidating this may not seem like a priority, as correcting things by hand will be too costly and time consuming each time. Having more data by quantity alone is not always better if it contains errors and inconsistencies.