InfoUSA licenses databases to QuadData Solutions

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InfoUSA Inc. signed an agreement to license its business and consumer 
databases to QuadData Solutions, a division of Quad/Graphics, a 
privately held printer of magazines, catalogs, direct mail and other 
commercial products.
West Allis, WI-based QuadData Solutions will integrate infoUSA's databases of 
13.5 million businesses and 200 million consumers.
"Quad feels that integrating the marketing list capabilities with 
their printing expertise provides a one-stop shop for their clients," 
said Jim DeRouchey, president of database licensing at infoUSA, 
Omaha, NE. "This allows Quad to strengthen the relationship with 
their customers and it saves their customers time and money."
The infoUSA consumer database contains more than 70 
demographic categories available for selection, including age, income 
and lifestyle information. Its business database maintains over 35 
firmagraphic selects including business category, sales volume and 
number of


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