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What is Data Enrichment?

Data enrichment is the process of enhancing the value of existing data. It includes updating, adding, or correcting the current information you have. This can be done by utilizing various techniques. 

One specific type of data enrichment is Data Appending. Searchbug offers an affordable Contact Data Append where additional information is added to your existing datasets such as Names, Addresses, Phone Numbers, and Email Addresses. 

Just upload your file (Excel, CSV, TXT), define your search criteria, select which information you need, and your file will begin processing. 

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