Davis Direct Offers Address Hygiene for Canada

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Davis Direct WorldWide, Mercer Island, WA, yesterday debuted Addrex Online for Canada, a Web-enabled address hygiene solution for direct marketers mailing into Canada.


Addrex Online for Canada allows direct mailers, letter shops and agencies that mail more than 1,000 pieces into Canada to correct street addresses, verify and update addresses by running against the Canadian National Change of Address database and maximize postage discounts through a Canada Post certified Presort program.


Addrex Online is available through the Internet on a contract or one-time-use basis. Users submit their data through free proprietary software residing on their desktop. The data get processed through Addrex Online on a Davis Direct WorldWide secure server and returned to the user without any human intervention or delay. Typical turnaround time is minutes to a few hours depending on the size of the database and services required.


Addrex Online for Canada is available at www.davisdirect.com. Pricing is based on the number of records in a file and services desired. Interested parties can get an automated "Quick Quote" for a job on the Web site. Additional discount programs are available for mailers who meet minimum volume levels.


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