DatabaseUSA App Contest Press Release

September 14th, 2015

DatabaseUSA Sponsors App Development Contest

OMAHA, NE –(Marketwired) – DatabaseUSA.com, the leading provider of business and consumer databases to help small businesses and sales people find new prospects and grow their sales, has announced that it is hosting a contest for web and mobile app developers.

DatabaseUSA.com is inviting web developers to design a mobile app or website that solves a problem utilizing any of its available consumer and business databases. Entrants are only limited in that they must solve a problem or provide unique information, rather than simply dispensing data.

With this contest, DatabaseUSA hopes to allow creative minds to find data driven solutions, and to make those solutions available to the marketplace.

“We have the best consumer and business data available, but we know we don’t have a monopoly on the best ideas,” says Mark Richard, President of DatabaseUSA. “This is a way for creative minds to develop solutions that haven’t been imagined, or haven’t been considered because of data costs.”

The contest is open to both individuals and businesses. The winner of the contest will be awarded a one-year license to DatabaseUSA’s data. The market value of a one-year data license can be as much as $300,000.

Those wanting to enter the contest can send an email to contest@databaseusa.com for complete contest terms and additional details. Or go to www.databaseusa.com/contest.

DatabaseUSA.com provides high-quality, full service database and email marketing solutions to businesses and sales professionals. It offers a full range of business data, including address, phone number, executive contact information, and more. The company is revolutionizing the way businesses find new prospects and grow their sales.

About Us: DatabaseUSA.com proudly offers a 95% accurate, triple-verified database of mailing lists, email lists, and sales leads, as well as direct mail, database enhancements, and many other marketing and sales lead services. To learn more, visit databaseusa.com