Worldata Offers Morningstar Files

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Worldata, Boca Raton, FL, said yesterday that it was awarded list management of three business-to-business files from Morningstar Advisor Group totaling 200,000 names, effective Sept. 30.


The Morningstar Financial Advisor Master File has 185,200 subscribers, expires, prospects and registrants of software and online products from Morningstar as well as conference attendees and Web site registrants. Base price is $140/M.


The MorningstarAdvisor.com file has 88,800 registered users of Morningstar's Web site. It costs $130/M.


The Morningstar Principia list has 22,600 active subscribers to investment software from the company. Base price is $195/M.


These files are selectable by geography and home or business address.


Worldata also takes management of the Morningstar consumer files totaling 300,000 names Jan. 1, 2006.


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