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Guide: Journey to the Data Economy

Guide: Journey to the Data Economy

Managing an organisation without all the adequate data about existing and potential customers, citizens, markets and other critical areas is much like being that triathlete with flawed equipment. With no way to accurately view and characterise your audience, most businesses struggle to effectively connect them with the goods and services they require. Data sharing and commercial data exchange (DX) is a powerful process that, when implemented correctly, can illuminate the best path for your business to join the data economy. This guide introduces the path to internal and external data sharing, outlining the benefits it can bring to business and government entities, and offers a basic primer on how to integrate this activity into an organisation. We will also explore how secure data exchange can turn the data your organisation collects into a new revenue stream, thus joining the rapidly expanding data economy.

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