Topic: melissa

Melissa offers data optimization services for vote by mail options

As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the U.S., more elections are offering, or considering offering for future elections, vote by mail options. Data company Melissa has announced that it will offer data file analysis and processing for voter registration data for election boards and registrars. According to the  U.S. Election Assistance Commission, in 2018, … continue reading

Melissa to offer data optimization services to help with election security

With November’s election approaching, election security is something many people are already starting to think about. Data verification company Melissa has announced that it will be offering free data optimization services that will improve registered voter rolls and encourage fair election processes. According to Melissa, the combination of increasing numbers of vote-by-mail options and an … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon announces new Alexa Skills Kit developer tools, TIBCO collaborates with AWS, and Melissa now accepts Bitcoin

Amazon announced new developer tools to help developers deliver visuals, expanded language support and personalization for the latest lineup of Echo Devices. The new Alexa Web API for Games introduces new technologies and tools to create voice-controlled games. Also, the new Alexa Presentation Language provides the ability to make visual experiences using drag-and-drop support in … continue reading

Melissa launches Melissa Developer to speed up application development

Melissa has announced the availability of Melissa Developer, a comprehensive portal with APIs to integrate data cleansing and enrichments that will speed up application development. Because the resources are scalable, it allows developers to add capacity and features that ensure long-term application performance. The APIs support REST, JSON, XML, and SOAP technologies. The portal can … continue reading

Industry Spotlight: Melissa enables active data quality

Poor data quality costs businesses time, money, and customers. For companies conducting business in Europe, the associated costs could rise dramatically when the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect in May 2018. One small data quality mistake involving the misuse of Personally-Identifiable Information (PII) could cost a company 20 million euros or 4 … continue reading

Melissa looks to expand from data

Melissa has dropped the ‘Data’ from its name, but wants to leverage its enormous data store to grow into other areas, such as compliance and anti-money laundering efforts. Positioned as a data superstore when it launched 10 years ago, Melissa today wants to be known as “a provider of global intelligence,” according to Greg Brown, … continue reading

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