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Captives, Known for Their Uniqueness, Find Ways to Benchmark Themselves

A panel of captive experts assess the growing range of tools and strategies -- including "data lakes" -- that captives use to measure themselves. The panel spoke with A.M. BestTV at the VCIA 2017 Annual Conference in Burlington, Vermont.

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