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The Alation State of Data Culture Report - Q2 2021

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Latest report examines the link between data culture and revenue growth, key drivers for data and analytics priorities, and the challenges organizations experience with a lack of data democratization.

The Q2 2021 Alation State of Data Culture Report reveals progress into enterprise-level data culture initiatives. The majority of data professionals surveyed (63%) are focused on enabling post-pandemic business growth. 

Also included within is the Data Culture Index (DCI), a metric that measures an organization's fitness to enable data-driven decision making. Enterprises are scored by their adoption of three pillar disciplines of data culture: data search & discovery, data literacy, and data governance

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  • The link between organizations with top-tier data cultures and exceeding revenue goals 

  • The challenges (and opportunities) around data democratization 

  • The conflict between enabling business growth and data governance 

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