Access Worldwide, Experian Sign New Contract

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Access Worldwide Communications, Inc. Boca Raton, FL, a marketing services company, yesterday said that Experian, Orange, CA a global information solutions company, has extended its contract for database management through March 2001.


Access Worldwide is currently tele-verifying Experian's database of 15 million businesses and appending the records with updated information. The initial contract was signed in 1999.


Access Worldwide provides data-driven sales and marketing solutions to more than 100 clients in the pharmaceutical, telecommunications, financial services and consumer products industries. The company has particular expertise in reaching key pharmaceutical audiences -- including physicians, pharmacists and patients -- and targeted consumer groups.


Access Worldwide's resources include proprietary databases of targeted consumers, physicians and pharmacies; strategic planning and market research services; medical education; medical meetings management; medical publications; inbound and outbound teleservices in 15 different languages; electronic territory management systems; and Drug Enforcement Administration approved drug sample fulfillment and direct mail capabilities.
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