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    In simple terms please

    What do you mean in simple terms "investing extensively in robust data management platforms"?
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    Re: In simple terms please

    Quote Originally Posted by luimont View Post
    What do u mean in simple terms "investing extensively in robust data management platforms"
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    Re: In simple terms please

    Quote Originally Posted by luimont View Post
    What do you mean in simple terms "investing extensively in robust data management platforms"?
    "investing extensively" = putting in a lot of money and resources
    "robust" = powerful
    "data management platform" = computer equipment used to manage stored data

    See more about data management platforms: What is a Data Management Platform? | Lotame

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