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Monthly Archives: December 2009

Chinese data differences 'will be quite large'

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Data quality issues uncovered by the IMF in their investigation of Chinese data management services are hampered by the country's "book-keeping discrepancies", according to a market analyst.

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USPS helps Californian food drive

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Postal workers in California will be delivering food along with their mail over the weekend, taking the goods to local charities and community food banks.

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USPSĀ® lets users make own Christmas cards

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USPS has unveiled a new service allowing users to upload digital photos to make their own personalized Christmas cards and postage stamps.

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Govt office seeks direct mail branding

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The US Department of Health and Human Services has announced that it is searching for a firm to provide it with direct mail marketing, branding and design services.

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Govt to display data quality credentials

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The government has announced plans to increase the transparency of its agencies by allowing citizens to monitor and analyze how it complies with data quality regulations.

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CRM is 'best return on investment'

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More than one in five marketers believe that Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software provides the greatest return on investment, according to a new survey.

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Data quality is 'important to research'

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Data quality is key to successful and efficient research studies, a professional in the online research sector has said.

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Comparison site utilizes ZIP Code software

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A comparison site for financial services is using ZIP Code software to help its customers find insurance deals.

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DMA highlights reform 'problems'

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The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) has joined with 21 other trade organizations to urge Congress not to remove crucial and longstanding safeguards on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)'s regulatory and enforcement powers.

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More than 140,000 trucks needed for holiday mail

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The postal service says that it will need as many as 142,000 half-ton trucks to send the holiday mail this year.

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