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April 17, 2008

Apatar CDYNE Phone Verification Connector Released

Filed under: Data Quality — Tags: — Alena Semeshko @ 4:34 am

We all know that the combination of contact data from many sources introduces myriad opportunities for error. There’s this bulk of databases with data entered by different people (and humans are prone to error, right?) at different time… and you have to trust all of it is correct and still up to date? Auch. Checking the validity by hit-and-miss method? Auch. Tired of dialing phone numbers from your CRM and hearing that you’ve got wrong number?

Well, you don’t really have to anymore. New CDYNE Phone Verification connector for Apatar data integration toolset can automatically verify and filter customer phone numbers before they enter CRM applications for you. And it doesn’t matter where your data came from, whether it’s databases (such as MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Oracle), files (Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, CSV/TXT files), applications (Salesforce.com, SugarCRM), or the top Web 2.0 destinations (Flickr, Amazon S3, RSS feeds).

This service identifies the phone numbers in your list that have new area codes following a NANPA split and replaces incorrect area codes. If the area code is incorrect or missing, Phone Verification can be used to identify the error or return the corrected one to update your data.

William Chenoweth, VP Director of Marketing CDYNE Corporation says:

“This new Apatar Connector provides customers the ability to automate their every day data management duties with scheduling features and visual drag-and-drop interface. The more automated the data cleansing process, the less expensive and more consistent the end result will be for your company.”

There’s more over here.

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