Address validation checks a mailing address against a database. Using validated addresses can eliminate duplicates, reduce shipping costs, and more.
Did you know that there are 175 Sesame Streets in the US? New York state alone has 7 Sesame Streets. Florida and Texas have the 2nd and 3rd most.
Fuzzy address matching helps identify errors like misspellings. Better match rates provide more usable address data and minimize time spent on manual validation.
Insurers know the colossal importance of being accurate. A simple error could create a remarkable difference in results. Read more now.
Address normalization puts all addresses in a simple, standard format that’s easy for the USPS and databases to understand, benefiting data analytics.
The first step of address validation, address parsing, breaks an address into its component parts (street name, city, etc.). Find out why this is important now!
Check out this fun 30-min webinar as a panel of address experts joke & laugh about some funny, weird, Christmas, scary, crazy street names & addresses.
Santa travels the entire world in 14 hours and needs to know exactly where to land his reindeer. That's why he uses Smarty. Read more to find out how!
There are many problems when working with address data. Join Adam Charlton as he covers the challenges he's encountered and how to deal with them.