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Chief Data Officers Must Foster Trusted Relationships Using Data and Analytics

Published: 17 May 2017

ID: G00327400

Analyst(s): Frank Buytendijk , Penny Gillespie , Alan D. Duncan


Trust between parties is crucial to driving value yet hard to characterize, especially when the algorithms used for digital business are opaque. Data and analytics leaders should foster trust in digital business relationships by assessing their solutions by six trust factors.

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  • Key Challenges



  • Use Six Analytics Trust Factors When Planning New Data and Analytics Initiatives

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