What 57% of Data Scientists Hate About Their Job

August 10, 2017 Clint Eagar

Data analysis is the lifeblood of digital business.

Unfortunately, data scientists often lack sufficient time for deep analysis because they spend an exorbitant 60% of their time cleansing dirty data—an unnecessary consequence of fragmented data governance.

Do you have the proper data governance systems in place to protect against dirty data?

The eBook What 57% of Data Scientists Hate about Their Job uncovers key governance practices to give time back to deep analysis, discussing how to:

  • Create accurate governance documentation
  • Validate your technology deployment
  • Continuously monitor technology performance

Fill out the form to download this free eBook and reclaim more of your time for deep data analysis.

About the Author

Clint Eagar

Clint gets things done. He has been building websites, marketing and optimizing them for 15 years. He claims to know a little bit about a lot of things and is relied on to execute anything quickly. Clint has been with ObservePoint since the early days and has helped support, test, and promote the product. Before coming to ObservePoint he was at OrangeSoda, running the enterprise SEO team, and before that he was a business consultant at Omniture.

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