USADATA Decides To Offer Free Data Diagnostic Report To Businesses

Posted: Oct 13 2019, 11:40pm CDT | by , in Technology News

 

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USADATA Decides To Offer Free Data Diagnostic Report To Businesses

The market leader in data capabilities, USADATA, has recently announced that from now on it will provide a data diagnostic report to businesses for free. This data would help businesses in many ways – starting from cost savings and revenue improvement to attaining higher data accuracy.

Basically, the primary aim of digital reports is to provide the businesses with a quick glimpse of the overall health of their data. USADATA says that their focus is to offer insights to businesses about any underlying inconsistencies in their data, so that based on it, the businesses can further decide their plans or strategies to rectify them.

How can a data diagnostic report help?

According to reports released by tech giant IBM, the company had to spend about $3.1 trillion in 2016 due to the inferior quality of their data.

To mitigate such conditions, the data diagnostic report works to calculate all business emails, plus postal and telephonic data which are inaccurate and spread across 25 categories. Upon extracting the results, the report will further focus on how the calculated percentages score in the purview of the industrial norms.

But the data diagnostic report functions are not limited there, in fact, keeping in consideration a company’s sales and cost of operations, this report will target cost-cutting while keeping revenue production as its top priority. Interestingly, the most effective way to reduce costs and effectuate their operations is by cleaning up inaccurate and redundant data.

How does USADATA plan to encourage business participation?

To encourage participation from businesses that are still somewhat indecisive about the benefits of a data diagnostic data, USADATA has decided to set a no-obligation estimate on some of the costs. This no-obligation will be applicable to the expenses incurred in refreshing the data across each of the 25 categories, based on the total data volume of each business. The estimation would also be eligible for enhancing the costs with more than 45 demographics and household segmentation data elements set as per the industrial regulations.

USADATA firmly believes that business can benefit from their data diagnostic report because it will help them in efforts to

  • Save precious time and overhead costs

  • Improve and increase database segmentation capabilities

  • Expand the reach of communication

The director of data sales of the USADATA, Steve Elias says a data diagnostic report is nothing new that USADATA will produce on their own; rather it is the snapshot of how the company is doing in terms of data production and utilization. And also how many data records are needed to be corrected and that it will decide how much money can be saved on digital outreach and direct mail.

For now, businesses with a minimum of 100,000 or more records are only eligible for participation in the data diagnostic report generation. The businesses would have to submit a file with about 10,000-25,000 reports that include name, email address, postal address and phone number and USADATA upon consulting with a USADATA specialist would return the data within 3-5 days.

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