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Melissa Data Wins Industry Accolades for Data

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Wednesday, June 18th 2014


 

Quality Leadership and Technical Contributions

Named to DBTA 100: Companies that Matter Most in Data,

as well as SD Times 100 for Innovation and Market Presence

Rancho Santa Margarita, CALIF,June 18, 2014 – Melissa Data, a leading provider of contact data quality and integration solutions, today announced it was named for the second consecutive time to the DBTA 100, Database Trends and Applications magazine’s list of the companies that matter most in data. SD Times has also recognized Melissa Data with its third consecutive appearance in the SD Times 100, acknowledging firms demonstrating innovation and leadership.  

“Melissa Data’s comprehensive data quality solutions, both onsite and cloud-based, recognize data quality as a global challenge,” said Gary Van Roekel, COO, Melissa Data. “Whether you’re a start-up or major international brand, trusted data is a powerful business tool that can accelerate company performance and provide the ideal foundation for global growth. These industry acknowledgements validate the reasoning that for business intelligence and governance initiatives to succeed, there needs to be the proper foundation of data quality, enrichment and accuracy.”

Judged by DBTA’s editorial staff as the top companies in data and enterprise information management, organizations are selected for the “DBTA 100” based on their presence, execution, vision, and innovation in delivering products and services to the marketplace. All 100 companies are highlighted in the special June edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine and on the DBTA.com website.

The “SD Times 100” spotlights industry leadership and influence in a range of essential enterprise business categories, and is based on reputation, product leadership and overall innovation. By examining newsmakers of the previous year, SD Times editorial staff reviews company achievements to determine the stand-outs. Each organization’s offerings and reputation are considered, as well as industry “buzz” which demonstrates market leadership. Melissa Data has again been recognized in the Database & Database Management category, acknowledging top firms supporting developers; Melissa Data’s development tools help create seamless data quality integrations, enabling custom applications to capitalize on clean, enhanced customer data.

For more on Melissa Data and its global contact data quality solutions, visit www.MelissaData.com  or call 1-800-MELISSA (800-635-4772).

About Melissa Data

Since 1985, Melissa Data has specialized in contact data quality and address management tools with a global perspective. The company’s solutions help organizations effectively capture and maintain international customer contact data at the point of entry, ensuring accurate customer information across the enterprise. More than 1,000 clients worldwide in arenas such as retail, education, healthcare, insurance, finance, government and other sectors, rely on Melissa Data for a full spectrum of data validation software and services. Melissa Data’s international operations readily enable access to local sales and support, including offices in the US, Europe and India. For more information or free product trials, visit www.MelissaData.com or call 1-800-MELISSA (635-4772). Follow Melissa Data on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

 

 

Greg Brown

Vice President, Marketing

Melissa Data

Greg@MelissaData.com

(800) 635-4772 x130


 

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