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Monthly Archives: June 2009

Midland 911 emergency service address data 'almost perfect'

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Emergency services in Midland, Texas, have developed a 911 response team that is able to find the correct address 99.8 per cent of the time, it has been revealed.

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Technology to enable 'most accurate census ever'

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The US Census Bureau is making use of state-of-the art technology to ensure its readings are accurate for the 2010 survey.

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Mounties break into wrong home

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Mounties in Edmonton shocked a family at a remote rural residence when they broke into their home by accident as part of a drugs bust.

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Data aggregation 'maximizes sales efficiency'

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Effective data classification is vital to ensure companies maximize their sales in the current economic climate, it has been claimed.

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New automated service 'reduces 911 worries'

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Businesses in Richmond, Virginia, are making use of address validation technology to eliminate unnecessary 911 calls, it has been revealed.

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Census address verification underway in mid-west

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Address verification in Nebraska and Iowa is currently underway for the 2010 census.

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Healthcare data quality firms to receive government cash boost

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The healthcare data center industry is expected to grow markedly under new plans for hospitals to adopt new electronic medical records systems announced by president Barack Obama.

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Auto insurance firms 'keep direct marketing steady'

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Auto insurance companies are continuing with direct mailing programmes despite the difficult economic climate, it has been revealed.

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Need for 911 address accuracy 'becoming more important'

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The need for emergency services in the US to have correct address information is becoming increasingly important, it has been claimed.

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Canadian immigration documents 'covered in mistakes'

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Immigration documents for those looking to enter Canada are often plagued with mistakes, it has been revealed.

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