Before BDS started working on our data with SingleVision, we had the toughest time just trying to understand the basics about our membership. Now, I can tell my Board everything they need to know. BDS made me look like a hero!
Mount Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) January 29, 2009
Business Development Solutions, Inc. ("BDS") announces the publication of a membership data integration case study outlining its implementation of SingleVision® software for The American Institute of Chemical Engineers ("AIChE").
AIChE is the world's leading organization for chemical engineering professionals. BDS is the developer of SingleVision®, the customer data integration software application that links organizational and contact information from separate data silos in order to provide an accurate single view of each customer, member, or prospect.
The case study outlines how AIChE uses data integration and membership analysis to better serve its members and to develop membership campaigns. Further, the case study reviews some of the data integration and analysis challenges that AIChE faced and how they overcame them.
"Before BDS started working on our data with SingleVision, we had the toughest time just trying to understand the basics about our membership. Now, I can tell my Board everything they need to know. BDS made me look like a hero!" says Bette Lawler, Director, Operations.
Please click here to download the case study detailing AIChE's membership analysis.
Please click here for additional information on customer data integration and related subjects.
About Business Development Solutions:
Since 1991, BDS has been focused on helping marketers of all sizes identify, analyze, and serve their customers and prospects more effectively. With this experience, BDS has developed the advanced data matching and linking processes of SingleVision to maximize the value and accessibility of the data BDS' client companies use and maintain.
Founded in 1908, when chemical engineering was just becoming established as a formal discipline, AIChE evolved along with the chemistry industry, and today has more than 40,000 members in 93 countries.