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Cloud computing continues to open new opportunities for enterprise companies to capitalize on one of their most valuable and often underappreciated assets: employee data, also known as “people” data. This is particularly true with the surging trend toward online programs for benefits administration, employee engagement, and learning and development.

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The volume of data in the world is growing exponentially. For the enterprise organization, much of that data is all about your people — data related to time and attendance, absence and leave management, disability accommodations, and more.

Our latest e-book, “Turn Your Tsunami of People Data Into a Steady Stream of Data-driven Business Intelligence,” explains how to more efficiently, securely, and effectively acquire, integrate, manage, retain, and dispose of all of that data.

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This week’s blog post is brought to you by Optis’ Senior Data Analyst, Andy Kersh.

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This week's post is brought to you by Andy Kersh, Optis' Senior Data Analyst.

Data conversion is a concept that’s been used for decades in the HR Tech realm. But, what exactly does it mean?

Simply put, data conversion is the transformation of data from one format to another. There are many types of data conversions - file type, database type, or even a whole system of data. A conversion is required when data from one environment needs to be converted into a different format in order to support company operations and reporting.