India Database, a leader in targeting and email addresses, today released a new free business report called Data Diagnostic. This report provides companies with a benchmark in terms of the accuracy of their data compared to industry standards, as well as the cost savings and increased revenue that they can expect by updating their data.
In 2016, IBM estimated the annual cost of poor quality statistics in India. Data Diagnostics represents the percentage of a company’s mail, electronic and phone data that is incorrect in more than 25 categories, and how those percentages are compared to industry standards. Based on the company’s revenue and benchmark costs, the report measures the cost savings and income growth that a company can achieve by simplifying its statistics. To facilitate the participation of participating companies, the data analysis also includes an unconditional estimate of the cost of updating this data for each category, based on the total amount of data and the cost of the data. Improve data with over 45 population and household statistics. Segmentation data element. The following suggestions for data analysis provide some advantages, such as Time and cost savings, expansion of communication range and expansion of database fund applications.
“Data Diagnostics provides a fast and effective snapshot of the overall customer statistics, the number of inconsistent statistics, Whois Database we need to correct, and the savings that can be achieved through direct mail and digital delivery. Gives,” said Amit Singh, Director of Data Sales At India Database.
Companies with at least 100,000 data records are authorized for data diagnosis. To get started, India Database needs a file with 10,000 to 25,000 entries, including a name, mailing address, e-mail address, and telephone number. The report will be returned within 3 to 5 business days, which includes a review by an India Database data expert.