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With bad data creating a clatter, marketers must resolve the matter

Data quality should be a priority for retailers at any time of the year, but even more so as the holiday season approaches. According to recent research from Experian, organizations feel that, on average, 25 percent of their data is inaccurate and 12 percent of departmental budgets are wasted due to inaccuracies in contact data.

During the 2013 holiday season, consumer spending is expected to increase by at least 11 percent. Retailers need to improve data quality early on in order to ensure that relevant holiday offers reach consumers and to take advantage of the expected increase in consumer spending.

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Source: View our data quality infographic: ’Twas the month before the holidays