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append

To add to the end of an existing structure.
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Email Append Services innovative and data-driven marketing solutions have helped many businesses in streamlining their sales, marketing and operations by matching and updating their data.
Drag the Append Manufacturing Outflows and Append Selling and Admin Outflows macros into the design.
DonorBase can also append Social Media data to email records.
The size of our database makes it that much easier for our clients to append their customer files to cultivate customer loyalty and generate cross-sell/up-sell opportunities.
Similarly, why include men over 65 on fixed incomes in your mailing when you can append demographic codes to your mailing list and select only females between 25 and 35 with incomes oyer $35,000 - particularly if that's your target audience?
Our Canadian Phone Append service is another enhancement to the many PowerFlex services that we offer our customers," said Pam Lang, President of Inferenda.
Adding the bond interest data and the dividends data to the Misc Cash Flows table requires two similar Append queries.
DOTS Email Append enables businesses to increase response rates from their current contact list using appended email addresses to run opt-in email campaigns.
A copy of the organization's database (or a portion thereof) is sent to an appropriate vendor for email append processing.
The Dynamap data helps businesses capitalize on operations and improve marketing decisions by allowing users to append address-level geocodes.
The customer response to a promotion must be significantly determined by factors that the marketer can append to a prospect list; and
The contractor will invoice monthly in arrears, and will append with their invoice evidence of testing carried out in each month, as per the Testing & Pricing Template tab on the appended spreadsheet.