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In a podcast interview, Stefan Sedlacek gave an insight into the problem of customer data and how this can be solved with the help of the relocation data tool TL Move. The podcast interview was conducted by Ashley Steele. You can read an extract from the interview here.

The half-life of customer data is seven years on average. This means that after seven years, half of the data is already out of date, for example because customers have moved house, got married or taken out a new telephone contract. The data quality tools TL Match, TL Post, TL Name, TL Move and TL Bank from TOLERANT Software considerably increase the half-life of customer data.

The latest product release 2.1 of TL MPM can now do even more. With this new version of our TL MPM marketing permission management software, we offer you even more options for managing your customers’ consents and objections in the context of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The duplicate checking tool TL Match has been released in a new product version. The release TL Match 11.2 provides the user with a more flexible license design and new options for field assignment. Among other things, 429 million different single values can now be mapped and searched sharply. That is more than 16 times as many values as in the previous version of TL Match.

Declarations of consent, dialogue prohibitions and customer approvals can be obtained, managed and verified centrally with the compliance tool TL MPM from TOLERANT Software. The tool has now been released in a new product release.

TOLERANT Match is our standard product for fast-as-an-arrow, accurate customer search and duplicate detection in large databases.

Compliance is a challenging terrain. Dealing with politically exposed persons (PEP), laws against money laundering and sanctions regulations require special correctness. The question is: Who is a PEP? And who is subject to economic sanctions? The lists in question are not uniform, and they often contain only rudimentary data.

Since May 25, 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union, or EU-GDPR for short, applies and with it a new and extended right to information. According to Article 15 of the GDPR, data subjects have the right to receive confirmation from data controllers as to whether personal data are being processed.

Not likely. You want to address your customers correctly. This starts with the correct and full spelling of the name, and ends with a correct, deliverable postal address. Duplicate salutations caused by duplicates in the database can be embarrassing.

Some may see data migration as a chore when introducing new IT systems. However, it is exactly the opposite: Data migration is a great opportunity to systematically cleanse and reprocess data and, if necessary, enrich it with external data.