Redi-Data Inks Deal for Nurse File
FAIRFIELD, NJ (March 3, 2017) – Redi-Data , Inc. a leading provider of healthcare professional, consumer and business data and email lists, announced today the licensing of its full postal and email appended nurse file to a leading provider of healthcare services. The multi-year licensing agreement features state licensed nursing professionals, and includes specific license (RN/LPN), demographic information, as well as postal and email addresses.
“We’ve been building our nurse file over the past few years and are pleased with the results and quality of product we’ve built. Our solution includes after sales support and truly represents a superior product with the shortest path to value,” commented Thomas Buckley, CEO of Redi-Data.
Featuring over 5.8 million postal addresses and approximately 800,000 records with email, Redi-Data’s nurse data is proven to be accurate and highly responsive. Complete with detailed demographic data, state licensure information, and detailed workplace information, the database offers excellent results for recruiters as well as marketers of CME, preventative care, medical supply and pharmaceuticals to name a few.
By offering unsurpassed value and proprietary supporting tools which allow marketers to identify and selected the data required to reach their targeted audience, Redi-Data can help customers turn the best data into better business.
About Redi-Data, Inc.
Redi-Data, Inc. is a leading provider of healthcare professional, consumer and business postal and email lists. As an official database licensee of several leading professional associations, including the American Medical Association (AMA), Redi-Data provides physician information from the most trusted names in medical marketing. Clients across varying industries use Redi-Data’s high quality lists, data services and turn-key marketing solutions to reach their target audience accurately and affordably. Headquartered in Fairfield, NJ, Redi-Data has sales offices in Marlton, NJ and Sunrise, FL.
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