The Global Sourcebook for International Data Management.(Previously: The Global Source Book for Name and Address Data Management)by Graham RhindThe Global Sourcebook, a solid, reliable and up to date resource with all you need to know about international data in one place, and published since 1994, is now a free resource, supported by donations, sponsorship and advertising.ENTER THE GLOBAL SOURCEBOOKThis resource, a recognised standard reference, contains over 2500 pages (when printed, over 3500 pages in the web version) of data pertaining to over 245 countries and territories. It is intended to help you to populate and utilize your international database in the most effective and accurate way; to ensure that you can put your data to its best use and to maintain your advantage, without causing any unnecessary irritation to those people within your database. It not only allows you not to irritate you customers, it can also help you to impress them with your knowledge and concern for accuracy and localized marketing norms. This is the most complete reference work of its type available. We have spent over 25 years in research to bring you this data, so that you do not need to spend years doing the same. Essential for the success of CRM, data management and database marketing initiatives.The contents include:Formatting an international addressAddress formats for web forms - sample web form layouts for optimal data collection and field labels in other languagesPlace names in EnglishWorld Personal Name FormatsWorld Address FormatsWorld Postal Code Formats - includes regular expressions to validate postal codes for all countries with codesWorld Post office box IndicatorsWorld Postal Country Code indicatorsWorld currencies and currency codesISO 3166 codes tableDiacritical Marks used in different languagesLanguage ScriptsJob Titles in different languagesForms of addressCountry names: country names (not all for all countries) in over 110 different languagesMuslim personal names: a short guideMail Return Codes and translations in 10 different languagesStandards and Coding SystemsNumber formatsCountry chapters, containing (to a greater or lesser extent) information about:opostal code formatsoaddress formats/examplesopersonal names and their formation opersonal forms of address olanguage issuesostreet and building typesopost office box indicatorsocasing rulesoplaces names in local and international languagesodate and time formatsotelephone number formatsonumber formatsoand much more!Postal code maps, graphics and photographsIf you have any questions about any of our products, please contact us.