Data rationalisation/normalisation

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Project Description


We're a performance digital marketer specialising in Email deliverability.

An aspect of our business is the management of list data for our clients and we hold near 130 million records. We are currently underway in a project to migrate all of our data into a new set of applications developed by us in house. As part of this process we are wishing to carry out a data rationalisation and amalgamation exercise for the vast amount of meta data we hold in order to arrive at a single set of meta data records for each address. This is where we are looking for some help. For each email address record we may have multiple conflicting pieces of meta data, so the challenge will be in determining a set of priority rules for which pieces of data to keep and which is discard.

So we're looking for someone with a strong proficiency in SQL, experience in data processing and located in or around London. I don't believe the work will need to carried out on premises however i'd like to meet with the individual to help explain the work in detail, hence why being located around London is preferable. The individual rewarded the work will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

The work will to be to:

- Derive a set of rules for determining record priority

- Process the data

- Provide a set of reports on the data

We have no hard deadline for the work however we'd like to get it done as soon as possible.


Ideally a UK - London Based individual


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