Anchor Computer Launches New Web Site

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Anchor Computer Inc., Farmingdale, NY, a data processing services and database software vendor, recently introduced its new Web site that is designed to allow direct marketers to receive their processed data in hours instead of days.


The Web site, at www.anchorcomputer.com, enables prospects and customers to receive free online quotes, 24/7 processing and flexible payment options. Anchor claims this ability will allow direct marketers to save money by reducing disc, tape, storage and shipping expenses as well as shorten the processing cycle.


Anchor's online service offerings include address hygiene processing, business and consumer data enhancement, U.S. and Canadian postal processing, merge/purge and mailing lists. Information on Anchor's software products, service technical manuals and access to a knowledge database also is available.


Anchor offers four different service options: Priority Service, where customers can receive their orders in less than four hours; Next Business Day A.M. Service; Next Business Day P.M. Service; and Three Business Day Service.


While prices are unavailable, Anchor said customers can pay for the service with a variety of options, such as credit card, TeleCheck and Anchor Network Membership.
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