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Matchbacks on business-to-business files are more complicated than on consumer files. If you title slug, the only way to match is at the address level. If you mail by name, the match rate is low because often the contact person has changed.
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Building and maintaining your business-to-business house file can be daunting, especially when you have different databases throughout the enterprise. These multiple databases frequently have no common link and it is impossible to exchange information between the company
Small businesses are more likely than large companies to buy from direct marketers, according to the 2005 Abacus Business-to-Business Industry Insights Report from Broomfield, CO-based marketing services provider Abacus.
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