The Center for Infonomics has developed methods to help organizations generate a quantitative valuation for their portfolio of information assets. Since information increasingly is the “dark matter” that accounts for (or should account for) corporate premiums over book value, quantifying its value can be critical to merger and acquisition deal making and risk assessments. The ability to claim a premium based on the financial value of your information assets can mean millions or billions of dollars to your business. As well, quantifying the relative value of various classes of information asset can help determine or validate business strategies and information management strategies.

Our valuation models are adaptations of accepted intangible asset valuation models that incorprate a consideration of information-specific quality and utility factors.

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