In 1998, the State of Georgia Public Service Commission turned to Computer Business Services, Inc., (CBS) to create, maintain and distribute to telemarketers a database of Georgia residents opposed to receiving telephone solicitations. Today, the Georgia Do-Not-Call (DNC) list is one of the largest paid no call lists in the country, with more than 400,000 residential subscribers and 3,300 telephone solicitors. Since then, CBS has successfully implemented a DNC project for the State of Oregon, which has more than 100,000 residential subscribers, and a similar project for the State of New York, which has more than 1.86 million residential subscribers.
Founded in 1974, CBS has a long track record of providing data processing services to governmental and business communities. Our mission is to 'provide our clients data processing services with accurate, timely, state-of-the-art technology.' Over the past 30 years, we have grown from a local company serving regional clients to a respected nationwide provider of comprehensive database solutions.
Our projects have covered a wide range of government activities and agencies in numerous states. For example, in 1997, we worked with the State of North Carolina Board of Elections to create a voter registration database for 99 counties with more than 4 million voters. In 1996, the Missouri Secretary of State contracted with CBS to compile voter registration information into a database. During the 1980s and early 1990s, as use of personal computers increased, we converted many programs to run as PC applications and managed numerous database projects for several municipalities and agencies in Georgia, Missouri and North Carolina.
Then, as now, we pride ourselves on exceeding our customers' expectations.
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