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Our Data Solutions

Turn Raw Data into Market Intelligence

As leaders in the business and consumer data service and information management service space Data Ireland can support in various ways. Your organisation may generate its own raw data but how can it be best used to develop and grow your business? Data Ireland can transform your data into meaningful market intelligence.
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Data Ireland

Use our Data Services to target your Audience is Ireland's most comprehensive contact data base with more than than 102,000 Irish companies and over 41,000 executive contacts. We'll help your business with targeted searches segmented by category and location and identify contacts that count.

Use GeoDirectory’s address database

GeoDirectory combines An Post’s resources with the cutting-edge location technology of Ordnance Survey Ireland to deliver the most comprehensive database of Irish addresses. Use our data to cut costs, expand your customer base or conduct market research.

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Protection and privacy for customers

Businesses and their customers have become more concerned about data protection and privacy issues. That's why the introduction of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation rules can be a huge positive for your business performance. Mail is the ideal channel in a GDPR world, as it allows you to communicate with your customers in a way they can trust.

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