AccuData America to Release 15 Data Solutions

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AccuData America, a PRIMIS company, Fort Myers, FL, announced yesterday that it will launch 15 new data solutions at next week's Direct Marketing Association 86th Annual Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, FL.


The solutions cover various direct marketing activities and are as follows:


· AccuMatch Telephone Append is a multi-sourced telephone number appending service.


· AccuHygiene is an address standardization and correction tool.


· AppendX Email Append is an opt-in e-mail appending service.


· AppendX Reverse Email Append is an e-mail to postal and telephone append tool.


· Confirmed Internet Households is a tool that flags online households.


· CreditSource uses modeled credit to target prospects.


· AccuAnalytics is a modeling and segmentation prospecting service.


· AccuEnhancement is a multi-sourced data enhancement program.


· DNCManager is a do-not-call compliance tool.


· Email Marketing is an e-mail hygiene and enhancement service.


· Household Analytics is a household-level prospecting tool.


· Multicultural Marketing is a tool that flags a database with 175 languages and 65 religions.


· Mapping Solution is a geographic targeting service.


· New Connect is a new mover and new homeowner database.


· SOHO Solution is a targeting tool to reach the small-office/home-office market.


Details on these new products can be obtained by calling 800/732-3440.


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