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Marketers, mailers, and sales database managers all rely on complete, correct, and current data for the success of their efforts. Go Data from Bell & Howell offers change of address processing via our non-exclusive USPS® NCOALink® license, list suppression to flag undesirable or deceased records, and other list enhancement services like rooftop geocoding and email verification & hygiene to increase ROI and reduce waste.
No need to talk to sales people. No software to install. No need to go to IT and setup FTP sites and configuration files. Create a free Go Data account today, upload your list and tell us what type of processing you’d like, and pay right online. It’s simple and it’s fast, most jobs are returned within minutes at no additional charge.
What does data quality in the cloud look like? You’re just four steps away from a cleansed and updated list. We can tell you how easy it is, but we’d rather show you. Take a moment to watch the quick demo video and you’ll see just how easy it is. When you’re done, create a free account and give it a try for yourself.
Go Data goes beyond traditional address cleansing and provides valuable list enhancement services to help complete the view you have of all the customers or prospects on your list. Try our self service access to:
Go Data builds on Bell and Howell’s proven history of building customer communication solutions; providing multi-channel messaging technologies for print, Web and mobile delivery by bringing our data quality tools to the cloud. Try our self service access to:
Go Data is the only 100% web based self-service data quality and list enhancement tool in the market today. Brought to you by industry leader Bell and Howell, Go Data will change the way you look at data quality!
Between 2011 and 2012, 12 percent of people in the country over age 1 moved at least once. The population of the United States is considered highly mobile. Each year, people move from their place of birth or current residence to live somewhere else in their city, county, state or the nation. More