Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2014
DMV.us.org will begin cross-checking the information they use to create their reports across two distinct databases to make sure that the information they provide to their customers is accurate, the company said yesterday.
“We've always prided ourselves at having the most up to date and accurate motor vehicle violation reports available anywhere,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “But we don't want to just stand on our laurels. We want to continually improve, and creating a new database to cross-check seems like the best way to do so moving forward.”
DMV.us.org recently built the second database using different sources than their primary database, he said.
“It's always possible for corrupted information to get into a single database, whether due to simple human error or a computer glitch,” he said. “But if you use alternate sources to build a secondary database, it's unlikely that the same mistaken information will have leaked into both databases.”
When a result comes up in the primary DMV.us.org database, it will then search the secondary database to make sure there is a matching record. If there isn't, then a member of the staff will look at the record and see if it seems to be in error.
“We believe that this will result in more accurate records that are of a greater value for our customers,” he said. “It's simply one of many improvements we expect to make over the course of the year.”
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