Case Study

GEO-Lift: Highly-Effective KPI Maximizer


How US Data Corporation leveraged the power of its cutting-edge, proprietary direct marketing platform, GEO-Lift, to deliver an amazing outcome for their client, The Bladder & Bowel Institute (BBI). An effort which resulted in a remarkable 76% increase in RSVPs and culminated in an impressive average ROI of 146% over a 15-month period.

About the Client

The client, The Bladder & Bowel Institute, is a global leader in advanced therapies for bladder and bowel control issues.

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