Jigsaw to leverage Harte-Hanks IT market intelligence

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Business information and data services provider Jigsaw has partnered with Harte-Hanks to leverage its IT market intelligence.

Jigsaw is an online directory of business contact information that is generated by a global community of 900,000 members. The database currently contains information on over 14 million business contacts. Jigsaw will use data from Harte-Hanks, such as information about a company's installed technologies, to enrich the database and be able to provide more targeted sales prospecting and marketing data.

The combination of Jigsaw's business contact information with Harte-Hanks' information technology market intelligence will provide Jigsaw users with a “targeted marketing solution that will help drive much needed results in this tough business-to-business environment,” said Tino Kokkinos, managing director of Harte-Hanks market intelligence, in a statement.

Harte-Hanks' market intelligence division monitors installed technology and spending plans at nearly 15 million business, government and institutional sites in North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America.
The news follows another similar deal for Harte-Hanks, which recently partnered with Demandbase to provide IT market intelligence.
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