Lost in the Data Wilderness? We’ve Got the Tools Data Managers Need

If you ever find yourself lost in the woods — or even enjoying a backwoods camping trip — few tools could be as useful as a Swiss Army knife. With components ranging from knife blades and screwdrivers to a can opener and a corkscrew, it’s truly the tool to get you through any situation.

While their physical surroundings may be less intimidating than your average forest, today’s data managers often find themselves lost in a wilderness of data. Every day, they face countless hazards and pitfalls that threaten their ability to maintain high-quality CRM data their organization can rely on. To overcome these challenges, they need a Swiss Army knife of their own.

New resource available! Download The Data Manager’s Field Guide

Validity’s DemandTools is the ultimate survival tool for data managers, with robust capabilities to tackle the inevitable issues that jeopardize any CRM. Tools include:

  • Single Table Dedupe, the powerful and popular “knife blade” that cuts through the most common and devastating of all CRM data issues: duplicates.
  • MassEffect, the versatile “combination tool” that serves as an all-in-one ETL (extract, transform, load) solution.
  • MassImpact, the “scissors” for simple functionality with countless applications: standardization for overall data maintenance.
  • And so much more!

DemandTools is so versatile, the biggest challenge might be getting a handle on all its features and functionalities.

That’s why we’ve created The Data Manager’s Field Guide. This user-friendly guide offers a closer look at each module of DemandTools’ “Swiss Army knife” solution — from the most common to the most specialized.

If you’re looking for the ultimate tool to manage your data, look no further. Download the guide now!





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