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Press Release: CDYNE Corporation Offers Upgraded CASS Certified Web Service Solution to Increase Address Data Quality

Chesapeake, VA (August 17, 2010) – CDYNE Corporation, a leading provider of Data Quality and Communication XML Web Services announced today the release of Postal Address Verification 3.0 Web Service to standardize, correct, and validate U.S. addresses without the need for businesses to buy, store, program and maintain the enormous United States Postal Service database.

Postal Address Verification 3.0 is a CASS Certified Web Service that checks U.S. addresses against a continuously updated USPS® database so businesses can perform point of entry validation. With Postal Address Verification 3.0, businesses can increase the number of addresses delivered to, ensure fastest possible delivery of materials or inventory, qualify for USPS discounts, and standardize address data for peak data quality management.

Key Postal Address Verification 3.0 Web Service features include a comprehensive DPV (Delivery Point Validation) return code system that confirms the existence of a specific address and whether or not it can be delivered to. Businesses can avoid residential delivery surcharges by verifying delivery type status prior to shipping with Residential Delivery Indicator (RDI). Intelligent Mail Barcode (IMB) and POSTNET barcodes to qualify for automated discounts are also included with Postal Address Verification 3.0.

“CDYNE’s engineering staff put a great deal of effort into the design and implementation of its own postal address verification engine to not only meet USPS standards and requirements but to also address client requests for new features,” said Valentin Ivanov, Chief Software Architect of CDYNE Corporation. “We have achieved CASS certification and are very excited to offer clients this new service.”

In addition to validating deliverable addresses, businesses can tailor additional data returns at no additional cost. Postal Address Verification 3.0 offers optional data returns including proper case formatting, Census data, geo-location data, and Legislative data.

Web Services are a key point of integration for business applications that exist on different platforms, languages, and systems. IT departments can interface with Postal Address Verification 3.0 Web Service using SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) or REST (Representational State Transfer) protocols to build address verification features into existing business applications.

Postal Address Verification 3.0 is backed up with a 100% Service Level Agreement (SLA), protecting clients from unscheduled outages. CDYNE’s data centers are strategically located in different areas across the United States, providing redundancy and location fail-over enabling.

About CDYNE Corporation
Since 1999, CDYNE has provided enterprise Data Quality and Communications XML Web Services to solve the business need for real-time communication and data quality verification. Web Services include Phone Notify!, SMS Notify!, Postal Address Verification, Phone Verification, Email Verification, Demographics, CDYNE 411, Death Index, and IP2Geo. CDYNE billing is transaction-based and post-pay. Clients pay for only what is consumed, eliminating overage charges and unused credits. There are no contracts, startup fees, or cancellation charges. For more information, visit
www.cdyne.com or call 1-800-984-3710.

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Press Release: CDYNE Corporation Offers Upgraded Web Service Solution for Simple, Cost-Effective Text Messaging

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CDYNE Corporation Offers Upgraded Web Service Solution for Simple, Cost-Effective Text Messaging

Chesapeake, VA (May 25, 2010) – CDYNE Corporation, a leading provider of Data Quality and Communication XML Web Services announced today the release of CDYNE SMS Notify! 2.0 Web Service for alert and notification text messaging.

SMS Notify! 2.0 is a 2-way text messaging Web Service that sends and receives text messages through secure SMS gateways. Commonly used messaging features include emergency alerts, automated appointment or payment reminders, product delivery status notifications, and subscriber event messaging. Web Services are a key point of integration for business applications that exist on different platforms, languages, and systems. IT departments can interface with SMS Notify! 2.0 Web Service using SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) or REST (Representational State Transfer) protocols to build these communication features into existing business applications.

A significant upgrade built-in to SMS Notify! 2.0 is the option to obtain exclusively assigned long numbers (i.e. 757-555-1212). This feature is a simple, cost-effective alternative to short codes for companies requiring Mobile Originated (MO) messages from customers or subscribers. Advantages of long numbers include easy and quick set up, no short code fees or premium charges to customers, and the ability to combine voice or IVR (Interactive Voice Response) calls.

“Our new SMS service allows businesses to combine the best of Phone Notify! and SMS Notify! Web Services with their own numbers. A business can request SMS numbers that hook directly into the IVR/Callback system,” said Christopher Chenoweth, CIO of CDYNE Corporation. “So, if an end user gets a text message and calls the number back, it could potentially read the text message or perform other custom IVRs. If a business would like random numbers, CDYNE has a pool of long numbers that we randomly send from. That way, an end user could get multiple messages and respond differently to each one.”

SMS Notify! 2.0 is backed up with a 100% Service Level Agreement (SLA), protecting clients from unscheduled outages. CDYNE’s data centers are engineered with multiple levels of security, uninterruptible power supplies, redundant HVAC systems, fire suppression, and 24 X 7 monitoring and management. CDYNE centers are also strategically located in different areas across the United States, providing redundancy and location fail-over enabling.

About CDYNE Corporation
Since 1999, CDYNE has provided enterprise Data Quality and Communications XML Web Services to solve the business need for real-time communication and data quality verification. Web Services include Phone Notify!, SMS Notify!, Postal Address Verification, Phone Verification, Email Verification, Demographics, CDYNE 411, Death Index, and IP2Geo. CDYNE billing is transaction-based and post-pay. Clients pay for only what is consumed, eliminating overage charges and unused credits. There are no contracts, startup fees, or cancellation charges. For more information, visit
www.cdyne.com or call 1-800-984-3710.


Contact: Nicole Fesette
Tel: (757) 544-9510 x3103
Email: nfesette@cdyne.com
www.cdyne.com

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Press Release: Web Services Help Medical Practices Upgrade to Healthcare 2.0.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Web Services Help Medical Practices Upgrade to Healthcare 2.0.
Appointment Reminder and Verification Features Go Fully Automatic
Chesapeake, VA (March 1, 2009) – From efficiency in patient contact to real-time identity theft prevention, Web Services can quickly improve the bottom line for medical management software developers and healthcare practices. Veteran API provider CDYNE Corporation is working with health IT developers to create usable solutions for fraud and communications issues that are a major part of health technology initiatives – for compliance and progress.
With simple add-ons to medical management software, appointment reminders and patient screening integrate with existing software to increase customer retention and attrition for the manufacturer and benefits for the health practice – without a system overhaul. Web Services help hospitals and practices improve patient communication and automate routine tasks. With patient validation at sign-in, Web Services can enhance identity theft prevention plans required by the FTC.
“For medical management software makers, the easiest way to add value and stay flexible with their offering is to plug new services into the current application,” said Christopher Chenoweth, CIO of CDYNE Corporation. “Automated phone and SMS messages and data quality Web Services add function and increase customer satisfaction with short development time, and manufacturers can profit from reselling additional services as a premium to their customers.”
CDYNE hosts secure, high-quality APIs that software developers and in-house staff can use to maximize practice efficiency. Phone and SMS Notify help decrease appointment no-shows and late bill payments and improve service. Death Index, 411, and other data services reduce fraud, aid compliance, and keep records up to date.
CDYNE offers free trial keys. A dedicated healthcare IT page focuses on appointment reminder features, and developers that sign up for Phone/SMS Notify receive fraud prevention Web Services with $0 monthly fee and reduced transaction rates.
About CDYNE Corporation
Since 1999, CDYNE has provided enterprise data quality and communications XML Web Services. APIs include Phone and SMS Notify!; Postal Address, Phone and Email Verification; Demographics; CDYNE 411; Death Index; and IP2Geo. CDYNE APIs reduce fraud in real-time, scrub and enhance data, and simplify contact. Programmed into client applications, CDYNE Web Services automatically process information from our vast databases in milliseconds. There are no contracts or hidden fees. For more information, visit www.cdyne.com/healthcare, live chat with staff, view our blog, or call 1-800-984-3710.
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How to tell if you’re dead

The government knows.  It always knows.  The Social Security Administration has a whole file dedicated to it.  Maybe a little creepy to think about, but be glad this file exists.  For one, if you die and someone pretends to be you, it’s a lot easier to pin down and prosecute for your children’s posterity, so they don’t lose their inheritance.

It also conveniently works for you while you’re alive, if you run a business. There’s a type of criminal out there that focuses purely on this kind of fraud, called “deceased person identity theft.”  And you could easily be a victim if you don’t have the records to screen for it.

One of our favorite Web Services, the Death Index API taps right into that SSA file and runs names and Social Security Numbers of your customers and patients against it in real time.  So you can say to the fake customer standing in front of you at the counter, “Wow, you’re looking pretty good for a dead guy!”

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