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‘Get your data fit for Summer’ plan

Martin Doyle June 14th, 2011 Data Quality

Is your data suffering from an overdose of duplicates, mailing addresses or just a general  lack of fitness for business use?

DQ Global® have come up with the following steps to get your data ‘fit for summer’

Step 1 – Diet

Duplicates are an excess, remove them from your data and you immediately improve your data quality, you will also avoid the wasted time, money and brand damage associated with duplicate records.

Step 2 – Detox

The names and addresses of existing customers are probably your most valuable assets. Eliminating undeliverable and goneaway records avoids mailing waste and distress. Furthermore it ensures your message gets to those who want it, whilst reducing production and postage costs and increasing response rates.

Step 3 – Supplement

Correct, standardize and validate international and UK consumer and business postal address formats, postal codes and zip codes in 230 countries, including European countries, Australia, USA and Canada.

Step 4 – Personal Trainer

For that extra push this summer, why not employ DQ Global® as your own personal trainer to help you get your data ‘fit for summer’. With our extensive de-duplication and address verification product range we have all the equipment required for a fast and effective result. Our data bureau service is always on hand to take on any projects you simply do not have the time or manpower to undertake

We have free trials of all the necessary products to get your data fit for business use.

‘Get Fit For Summer’ Free Trials

Martin Doyle
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Written by Martin Doyle

Martin is CEO and founder of DQ Global, a Data Quality Software company based in the UK. With an engineering background, Martin previously ran a CRM Software business. He has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience over the years and has established himself as a Data Quality Improvement Evangelist and an industry expert.
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