When customer data enters your system, how can you be sure it’s accurate and up to date? Unless your business has a process in place to manage customer data intake, that data is likely to be full of errors, such as wrong house numbers and postal codes. Like a domino effect, those mistakes in the beginning can cause all kinds of problems down the line – such as failed deliveries and poor decision making.… Read More
Melissa’s Personator is proven and widely adopted in smart data quality strategies for federal, state, and county agencies
Rancho Santa Margarita, CALIF – September 30, 2021 – Melissa, a leading provider of global data quality and address management solutions, today commented on its Personator data quality tool being utilized in the Maricopa County ballot review effort.
For more than 35 years, we have supported the mission of cleaner, more accurate data, working with election boards and motor vehicle departments nationwide to help them clean, verify, and update voter rolls.
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Move data provides insight into shifting patterns – influenced by the pandemic – that impact marketing tactics and business priorities
Rancho Santa Margarita, CALIF – June 30, 2021 – Melissa, a leading provider of global data quality and address management solutions, today advised increased focus on move updates to customer data, noting nearly 36 million address changes were processed by the USPS in 2020 alone.… Read More
The Trump Administration has brought U.S. economic sanctions back into the public spotlight. Since placing Huawei, the world’s second largest smartphone maker, on the U.S. entity list, the Trump Administration has threatened more economic sanctions to countries and organizations throughout the world. The White House continues to tighten sanctions on Iran, threatens Turkey and warns European organization, Instex, with new sanctions.… Read More
In the alphabet soup of government agencies, OFAC looms large for financial institutions.
Sometimes considered one of “the most powerful yet unknown” government agencies, the Office of Foreign Assets Control—a part of the Treasury Department—enforces economic and trade sanctions in support of U.S. national security and foreign policy.
Simply put, many bad actors attempt to realize their plans via financial means, including fraud, theft, banned commercial trading, or the funding of terrorism.… Read More