ALC Upgrades Online Count, Order Site

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American List Counsel yesterday announced an upgrade to its online count and order Web site.


Enhancements include a redesign of the home page for faster, easier access to data, according to ALC, Princeton, NJ. Changes to the home page include direct access to member log-in; links to the most popular ALC signature database files; links to national databases; links to newly added files; a drop-down menu of 100 lists and a link to special offers.


ALC began alclists.com in February 2001 through a partnership with application service provider Alvion, Cape Coral, FL. At first it featured only national databases such as Advo, Dun & Bradstreet and Equifax. In May 2001, ALC added 60 of its own signature databases to the site.


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