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Monthly Archives: September 2009

US government raises data quality issue

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Concerns have been raised over the data quality being used by the US government in relation to the Recovery Act, which has been created to help the country beat the recession.

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Data quality key to new health information system

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A new health information system has been devised that will require a considerable focus on data quality to ensure it works effectively.

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ZIP Code 'limbo' for Tennessee residents

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Residents of a region of Tennessee that has no official title could be given a new ZIP Code as part of an effort to give the area a greater sense of community.

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University given grant for address data task

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The University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service has been awarded an $80,000 grant to help it prepare for the 2010 census.

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Top companies plan data quality trial

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Two of the world's largest brands have announced plans to trial a new system to maintain a high standard of data quality in conjunction with the Advertising Research Foundation (ARF).

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CRM 'needs to be updated'

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Current views and prevailing thoughts on customer relationship management (CRM) technologies need to be updated to take into account the recent changes, it has been claimed.

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ZIP Code software to help recovery website

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The US government's plans to provide help and advice to businesses and individuals struggling with the global recession includes the use of a website that utilizes zip code software.

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Data quality highlighted as key way to save money

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Maintaining a high standard of data quality has been listed as one of the top 50 ways to help a business save money and remain successful during the economic downturn.

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Open source CRM 'the future'

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A new report has highlighted the importance of open source technology in the development of customer relationship management (CRM) strategies.

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Virginia newspaper vows to continue direct marketing

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A newspaper in Virginia has stated its intention to continue its highly successful direct marketing program.

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