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Monthly Archives: May 2010

Data quality issues are harmful to businesses

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Businesses suffering from data quality issues must work hard to eradicate problems as soon as possible, an expert has warned.

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Expert offers direct mail pointers

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The first step to creating a successful direct mail campaign is to grab potential customers' attention, it has been suggested.

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Data quality problems 'difficult to address'

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Issues relating to data quality are easy to spot but difficult to remedy, it has been claimed.

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Matching data is important for US marketers

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US marketers must work hard to ensure that they collect consumer information which can be easily and successfully matched to address data.

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USPS® honors legendary actress

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The United States Postal Service (USPS) has announced that it will be releasing a special-edition commemorative stamp to celebrate the life and work of Katharine Hepburn.

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Businesses losing money through poor data processes

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Organizations are wasting huge sums of money through inefficient processes and poor data quality measures, it has been claimed.

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PRC to investigate value of USPS®

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US consumers are to be questioned over the overall social value of the United States Postal Service (USPS), DMNews has reported.

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Data integration important to developing financial organizations

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Data integration measures are set to play an important role in the development of financial service organizations in the coming years, research has suggested.

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Data loss prevention systems help improve data quality

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US businesses could look to their Irish counterparts to learn about utilizing data loss prevention solutions, it has been reported.

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Full benefits of Intelligent Mail® can only be enjoyed with extra software

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Businesses in the US are being reminded that if they want to utilize Intelligent Mail barcodes to track items in the post they need to use the United States Postal Service's (USPS®) Confirm service.

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