Data 101: What You Can Do Today to Improve Your Organisation’s Data

We all know clean and reliable data is critical to any high-performing organisation. Good data improves customer relationships, drives more effective marketing campaigns, and contributes to accurate pipeline management. However, to many organisations, data management can feel overwhelming.

We asked our very own William Zhang, Senior Account Executive, and Andrew Fragias, Product Manager and Certified Salesforce Admin, to sit down with us and talk about the many things you can be doing to ensure your organisation’s data is of high quality.

You can watch the full webinar below to discover all the tips and tricks they shared, but here are a few key points to get you started:

  • Andrew explained what data discrepancies are and how they can affect your database.
  • We discussed an outline of the best plan of attack to clean your data, including how to prioritise the process for the greatest impact.
  • We reviewed some of the key mistakes that can be made when applying data corrections, how they impact organisations, and how you can avoid them.

Plus, Andrew demonstrated how easy it is to implement some of these business-critical data changes. To get the full details on how to ensure your organisation’s data is clean and reliable, check out the full webinar now:



To learn more about how to improve your data quality, reach out to us today to set up a demo.

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