How to choose the best address verification provider
Take a detailed look at three of the largest address management companies, what their capabilities are, and what you get for your money.

What is a vanity city as opposed to a preferred USPS city?
A city can sometimes have many alternate city names in addition to the one preferred by USPS.

What is geocoding and what can it be used for?
Geocoding is the process of converting a physical address or location into a set of longitude and latitude coordinates.

What is Delivery Point Validation (DPV) and why it’s Important
Delivery Point Validation (DPV) confirms that an address actually exists and can be delivered to – right down to the apartment or suite number.

What is CASS Certification™ ?
CASS(Coding Accuracy Support System) Certification is program that was developed by the USPS to test the accuracy of address-matching software.

Understanding National Change of Address, other move update services
More than 43 million Americans move each year, and outdated address lists can label a letter or bill, package or flat as undelivered as addressed (UAA).

How do I qualify for the move update discount?
Mailers wishing to qualify for the U.S. Postal Service’s Move Update discount are required to periodically match their address records.

What is geo-enrichment & why it is Important to the financial services industry?
Geo-enrichment enables financial services institutions to know more about where their customers are, what they’re doing, and why they’re doing it.

What is rooftop geocoding and location intelligence?
Rooftop Geocoding takes and combines data from multiple sources, and the use of location algorithms pinpoints the exact lat/long of a street address on a map.

What is 2+2 verification & why is it important?
Checking the Identity from multiple sources to assure that name, address, and date of birth (for example) match on at least two or more additional sources.

What is OCR (Optical Character Recognition), and why is it important?
OCR can be critical in avoiding possible fraud and being compliant with Know Your Customer (KYC) regulations.