The importance of data quality has been considered for many years and is well recognized among practitioners and researchers. A great deal of work has been done and most of the work to date fall under two main categories. One group of scientists has focused on mathematical and statistical model to work at the database layer to introduce constrain based mechanism to prevent data quality problems. Another group has focused on the management of the process of data generation. While the body of knowledge in the area is vast, the practical application of these approaches is still limited. One particular area which is still rarely considered in improving data quality is the development cycle of information system. Recognising this limitation and aiming to provide a practical-orient approach, we take a process centric view, and focus on preventing deficiencies during the IS design. In this paper we propose a process centric framework for data quality monitoring.
Helfert, Markus and Yao, Juan, "MONITORING DATA PRODUCT QUALITY" (2010). UK Academy for Information Systems Conference Proceedings 2010. 26.