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How Much is Your Company's Data Really Worth?

How Much is Your Company's Data Really Worth?

The first step in the journey towards bringing data onto the balance sheet is for businesses to evaluate and treat data as an asset, as they would their brand. The aim of this paper is to describe how businesses can determine the market price of their data assets when used by other organisations and the resulting total opportunity for revenue derived from data commercialisation.

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