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  • / Press Release

    I-Behavior Awarded Patent on Exclusive Co-operative Database Technology

    HARRISON, NY -- April 29, 2005 -- On April 11th I-Behavior, a provider of database marketing services for direct marketers, was awarded a U.S. patent for its co-operative database software. I-Behavior`s Dynamic Data Link software (DDL™) is the first program of its kind capable of accurately integrating on-line and off-line buyer records. The result is a truly buyer-centric database that consolidates the best data available regardless of where it...

    Posted 04/29/2005

    HARRISON, NY -- April 29, 2005 -- On April 11th I-Behavior, a provider of database marketing services for direct marketers, was awarded a U.S. patent for its co-operative database software. I-Behavior`s Dynamic Data Link software (DDL™) is the first program of its kind capable of accurately…
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    Netrics Achieves Profitability and Reports 176% Revenue Growth

    Patented Record Matching Technology Delivers Unparalleled Accuracy and Reliability; Reduces Costs and Delivers More Value from Enterprise Data PRINCETON, N.J.--Aug. 16, 2004-- Netrics, specializing in intelligently matching and retrieving database records, achieved profitability and reported 176% revenue growth in each of the first two quarters of 2004, as compared to the same two quarters a year ago. "In 2004, we achieved tremendous growth and...

    Posted 09/01/2004

    Patented Record Matching Technology Delivers Unparalleled Accuracy and Reliability; Reduces Costs and Delivers More Value from Enterprise Data PRINCETON, N.J.--Aug. 16, 2004-- Netrics, specializing in intelligently matching and retrieving database records, achieved profitability and reported 176%…
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    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Customize the content, goes the thinking at CheckOut.com, and shoppers will load their carts with videos and DVDs to do just what the name suggests. That’s why the entertainment site wants to tailor every page to fit customers’ profiles-and serve up to one million dynamically generated pages…

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