What's in a Name?​

Is your name Mrs. Sugar Cookie, QWERTY ASDF or Homer Simpson?

Probably not. As embarrassing as it might be to get a name wrong – it also has negative impacts on marketing, sales and brand reputation.

Register for our webinar and learn how world-class companies are using Name Validation to:

  • Improve marketing and sales performance
  • Fight fraud at the point of capture
  • Protect brand reputation
  • Ensure positive customer engagement
Join Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Rob Manser, on January 25th at 11am PST as he discusses our DOTS Name Validation service where you can verify first and last names, correct common mistakes and flag bogus, garbage, vulgar, and celebrity names before they enter your CRM and marketing platforms.
January 25, 2023, Wednesday 11am PST

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Featured Presenter ​

Rob Manser, Senior Product Marketing Manager

Rob brings a passion for all things marketing. With over 20 years of omni-channel marketing experience and a deep understanding of how data quality impacts a business, he is uniquely positioned to discuss the impacts data quality can have on your sales and marketing efforts. 

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