Organizations create, receive and share significant quantities of files and data during any given project, operation or exploratory activity. Unfortunately, the quality of each file received can vary, with quality issues usually arising when the file originator is no longer under contractual obligation to the organization.
Re-creation of information may seem like the immediate solution but this usually is not a long-term fix and can add to files retention issues, duplication, and cost. All resulting in potential future issues with the ability to create significant impacts.
We are in the middle of a data explosion where the world is estimated to have added 90% of all available data in the last 2 years. We create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day at our current pace – resulting in real organizational challenges:
Moving legacy data (e.g., paper, old files) into current technologies
Excessive man-hours spent trying to locate information
Data wrangling services
Dependable and trustworthy quality correction software and processes can be tailored to organizational requirements to safeguard the integrity of their files and the accuracy of their data. Data wrangling services partnered with domain SME experience enables file enhancement processes ensure high-quality files that are searchable; allowing systems to fully digest their content.
Data wrangling services also provide the ability to classify information appropriately; aiding findability and completeness checks.
Data wrangling approach
Quality correction and classification utilizes a combination of techniques, including vision analysis, machine learning, deep learning, and deep domain expertise to truly accommodate the complexity of today’s information. These techniques enable key results:
Creation of searchable PDF files
Identification of key items in files/images such as hazard warning
Highly accurate classification
Data wrangling addresses quality and classification issues, which maximizes information identification. This maintains the integrity of the files, ensuring their accuracy, consistency and reliability.