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Tagging Data and Standardisation

Transforming Complexity into Clarity: Unleash the Power of Data

Streamline Your Data with Precision: Introducing Cutting-Edge Data Tagging and Standardisation Analytics Services

Tagging data and standardisation refer to two crucial processes that help ensure data is organised, structured, and labelled correctly for effective analysis. While the volume of data collected has reached astronomical proportions, the fact that most data are collected in a system that is largely modular and distributed creates a “Tower of Babel” of different databases, thereby potentially limiting synergetic knowledge production.

Data standardisation is key to facilitating and improving the use of data.

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The spectrum of data variants and inconsistencies

Due to the fact that text data is often a free-form field it is highly susceptible to data inconsistency. Several variants can exist even for relatively structured data, like country names, which also have an ISO standard.

Country Data

Inconsistencies in country names can hinder comprehensive analyses and accurate conclusions when drawing conclusions from the data.


The inconsistency arises due to several factors, including variations in country names, alternate spellings, abbreviations, or changes in geopolitical boundaries over time. Such discrepancies can lead to duplicate entries, ambiguous aggregations, and erroneous geographical classifications.


Data inconsistency with names can pose significant challenges in various fields, such as customer databases, healthcare records, or financial systems.

The inconsistency can arise due to different data entry practices, varying naming conventions, and cultural differences. Additionally, misspellings or typographical errors further contribute to the problem.


Data inconsistency with inventory can be a critical hindrance to deriving accurate and actionable insights.

Inventory data may originate from various sources like point-of-sale systems, supplier records, and manual stock counts, leading to discrepancies due to different formats, update frequencies, or even data quality issues. These inconsistencies can result in erroneous inventory levels, misleading trends, and incorrect demand forecasts. Consequently, the reliability of analytics-driven decision-making is compromised.

Web Banner Advertising and Keyword Searches

Data inconsistencies can hinder the accurate measurement of campaign performance and impact decision-making processes.


When analysing digital advertising campaigns or search engine marketing efforts, data discrepancies can arise due to various factors. These may include different tracking mechanisms employed by advertising platforms, variations in ad impressions reporting, and discrepancies in click-through rates. Additionally, keyword searches may differ in phrasing or context, leading to inconsistent data representation.

CPRA Data Tagger:
Automated, On-Premise or on the CPRA cloud

The engine identifies and extracts attributes that can be used to uniquely define each data row.

Attributes are moved into the appropriate fields of the structured data model.

Cleaning of data for case, accents, punctuation is done as a matter of course.

A key feature of the data tagger is its flexibility: it is driven by business user accessible parameters so that as new data comes in the tagger stays relevant without having to access the engine.

Data Tagging & Standardisation Delivered

Creating a structured, consistent data set then unlocks the data.

Attributes can we used to perform a structured matching process to identify any duplicates.

Hierarchies can now be imposed and the removal of duplicates allows accurate data consolidation and reconciliation to finally occur.

Case Studies

Peter Griffiths

Co-Founder & CEO
Peter is the co-founder and CEO of Calimere Point and has been with the firm since its inception in 2009. Prior to founding Calimere Point he spent the first 15 years of his career in Investment Banking, working within trading, structuring and risk management disciplines across a number of asset classes. Peter has a Masters in Finance from London Business School, a BSc in Economics and Finance from Oxford Brookes University and is a qualified accountant (CIMA qualification).

Dominique Nelson-Esch

Chief Marketing Officer

Dominique is a multi-disciplinary visual designer, communications and brand strategist, with a two-decade journey in collaborating with startups and SMEs. Her portfolio includes consulting for over 100 businesses globally, where she managed branding, design, and digital communications.

Dominique’s extensive background in financial services equips her with a nuanced understanding of our industry landscape, including 14 years in financial services, holding key roles such as Head of Portfolio Risk Audit and Niche Portfolio Management for major Insurers.

In her current role as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) at Calimere Point, Dominique focuses on strategically positioning and promoting the firm. Her goal is to enhance brand awareness and establish market leadership through innovative marketing strategies that highlight Calimere Point’s expertise in delivering impactful data-driven solutions.