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Applied Infonomics: How to Measure the Net Value of Your Information Assets

Published: 05 March 2020

ID: G00463621

Analyst(s): Alan D. Duncan, Lydia Clougherty Jones

Summary

Data and analytics leaders, including chief data officers, should use Gartner’s infonomics calculations to measure the value and cost of information assets, identify opportunities for business innovation, manage information assets better, and foster a more data-driven business culture.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Gartner’s Foundational Infonomics Measures for Information Asset Valuation
    • External or Direct Economic Measures
    • Internal or Indirect Measures
    • Liability measures

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