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 What is the good of having a ton of data if it is not managed and organized so it is helpful. This is data overload, and none of your data has value if you don’t use it.

Data & Leads

Dashboards & Data Management

Experian

  • Data QualityMail and Telemarketing Lists
  • ConsumerView database
  • BehaviorBank Database
  • New Movers Database
  • New Homeowners Database
  • U.S. Business Database
  • Newborn Network Powered by Experian Marketing Service

Business Intelligence & Analytics Dashboard

Connect to the data marketing solutions you need.
USMMP, marketing solutions company has great Market data services, has developed hundreds of pre-built connectors that enable you to pull business data from anywhere, across your entire organization. That way you can always make the best decisions, with the best available data.

IHS Automotive

From planning your next generation vehicle and components to moving current inventories off the shelf or off the lot, IHS Automotive has the insight you need to fuel your strategies, increase your return on investment, and be a leader in compliance and sustainability. Our solutions—spanning the entire automotive value chain from product inception to the aftermarket—enable you to improve business strategies and tactics, and increase customer loyalty and revenue.

Understanding the Importance of Data Management

Although executive interaction with business intelligence and performance management solutions generally involves accessing and interacting with dashboards and reports, it is still essential to understand how back end data comes together to provide the necessary ingredients to enable better decision making. In a world where business units are becoming more self sufficient and knowledgeable about managing their overall processes through the use of technology, it becomes more important to identify the value of data and its interaction.

The ability to break down concepts and understand how things work enables business units to build and manage applications on their own. Alternatively, this knowledge allows executives to understand how disparate business units function and what IT needs in order to do their jobs and develop effective end user applications.  With the increasing ability to deploy solutions without the aid of IT, organizations may be asking, why is knowing about data and its infrastructure important?

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