Anchor to Host Free Database Marking, Direct Mail Seminars

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Anchor Software, Rockville, MD, a data processing software vendor, will host a free direct mail seminar in Chicago on June 20.


The seminar "Software Solutions for Improving Mail Deliverability" will be held at the Holiday Inn and Suites in downtown Chicago. It is targeted to sales and marketing professionals, MIS professionals, and mail order professionals. The seminar will include issues such as mail delivery problems and how to identify and implement the appropriate solutions.


To register online for the seminar, visit www.AnchorComputerSoftware.com


Anchor Computer, Farmingdale, NY, will host a database marketing seminar in New York on June 28.


The seminar, "Develop and Manage a Successful Marketing Database" will be held at the New York Doubletree Guest Suites in Manhattan. It is aimed at sales and marketing professionals, advertising and promotion managers, mail order professionals, and circulation list managers. It will focus on providing the necessary information for evaluating the potential of a marketing database for an organization, and how to implement a marketing database.


To register for this seminar, visit www.anchorcomputer.com/dbseminar.


According to Anchor, both seminars will bring together experts and industry peers for in-depth discussions.


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