Version 2009 is the result of leveraging the significantly enhanced Carroll Publishing government database with the integration of CRM and other database solutions, which are today used by over 3,000 companies worldwide
Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) March 31, 2009
Carroll Publishing, the leader in government information solutions, today announced the release of its new Data Set Version 2009 for current and potential clients.
As an alternative to the original Data Set approach, Version 2009 was developed to provide more enhanced government data, new ways to build organization hierarchy and easier integrations into CRMs, or other business application, using a newly designed layout.
Our previous Data Set products included decision maker contact information, all government levels, including top integrators from the private sector, biographies, Geo Codes, URLs and MSAs. Carroll Publishing Data Set Version 2009 includes the following new features:
- DUNS Numbers: Manage business and government relationships based on each D-U-N-S number matched to our government record ID.
- Census Bureau Population: New 2009 estimates and actual populations from the last census.
- Core Based Statistical Area Code (CBSA): The newest version of Metropolitan Statistical Area.
- Position identifiers: Easily view which positions are acting, appointed, nominated, elected and plums.
- Organizational Structure: Easily create hierarchy with an unlimited number of levels viewing position and office relationships. Previously, users had at most 7 levels of office hierarchy in the standard product.
- Employee headcounts and budget and salary data for State and local government. Stay current on these Economic Stimulus-related initiatives.
"Version 2009 is the result of leveraging the significantly enhanced Carroll Publishing government database with the integration of CRM and other database solutions, which are today used by over 3,000 companies worldwide," says Bill Wade, President Carroll Publishing. "We needed to respond to the ever increasing need to remove any technical obstacles and provide a global format for all customers and potential customers."
About Carroll Publishing
Carroll Publishing has been considered the most trusted name in government information for more than 35 years, providing reliable contact information for all levels of government (Federal, State, Municipal, and County) and the Defense industry. Strategically located in the Washington, DC, area, Carroll Publishing's data files contain more than 700,000 points of contact, track more than 320,000 individuals, and present their interconnectivity in various user-friendly search formats. What gives Carroll Publishing its edge over the competition is a set of organization chart products that display the chains of command and lines of authority, illustrating the relationships between people, offices and agencies. Carroll Publishing brings together an editorial staff that averages more than 17 years of experience.
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