Deyde uses open data from across Spain to help provide their customers with tailored solutions
Deyde is a Spanish service that specialises in database optimisation and data quality, to provide their customers with tailored solutions. One of their most popular services to achieve this is their MyDataQ tool. MyDataQ is as a tool to enable clients to get their data and detect incorrect records and standardise names, addresses, phone numbers or emails. By using this service, users can enrich their information, remove the risk of using duplicated data, optimise cost, and increase their efficiency in marketing actions. Deyde’s database includes data from the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (INE), the Spanish cadastre, and local governments.
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