Webinar deck - the trouble with datasets
7th February 2018
Keen to strengthen your portfolio management and negotiations around third-party data?
As more organisations explore and implement data analytics projects, we continue to face the challenges of appropriate licensing:
- Data suppliers have a range of approaches to licensing... and some still have no central policies
- The scope of licensing often depends on desired scope of use... which isn't always clear at the outset
- Suppliers and buying organisations often have wildly different expectations with regard to cost and value.
Tips for licensing third-party data
In this Jinfo Webinar, we'll look at the current state of the industry with regard to approaches to licensing third-party data. We'll share where consensus is starting to build around models, and how content buyers have addressed challenges as they've arisen in negotiations.
It's clear that as an industry, we still have a long way to go in creating norms for data licensing. Join this session to find out what you can do to strengthen your portfolio management and approach negotiations with an eye on success.
This is the slide deck and speaker notes from the Jinfo Webinar "The trouble with datasets - industry trends on licensing data for analytics projects", which ran on 6th February 2018
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