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Eye on the ground "ups the anti" in info business

Eye on the ground 3 times a year "ups the anti" in the information business

Wellington based company E-ideas Ltd, developers of whoiswhere™ accurate business location data, can tell you exactly that. Formed just over 12 months ago, whoiswhere™ is a new approach to business information building by building from the ground up (including the basement).

Managing Director Assia Salikhova explains that most traditional direct marketing lists and business databases are poorly maintained and incomplete. They offer no update services and are based on outdated practices.

whoiswhere™ takes a spatial view of the world, building-by-building, street-by-street, block-by-block, and now city-by-city.

Organisations that supply services such as water coolers, stationery, telecommunications etc. need to view customers and prospects by buildings, so that they can achieve economies of scale and offer improved supply arrangements. Particularly In these times of higher fuel prices.

However, they can’t always monitor who is coming and going, and control their assets. whoiswhere™ walks the central city’s urban streets of Wellington (and now Auckland) 3 times a year in addition to making contact by telephone with companies and organisations.

E-ideas Ltd will hold a series of presentations about whoiswhere™ in Wellington & Auckland in July-August 2006, where you will get the chance to be introduced to new and exciting data services.


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