Validation, Standardization, and Correction: Tool or Process?

By David Loshin There are all sorts of tools associated with address standardization, cleansing, and validation. As an example, the USPS has a certification program for software vendors, referred to as CASS (Coding Accuracy Support System)™ certification. According to their website, CASS enables the Postal Service™ to evaluate the accuracy of address matching software programs…

By March 27, 2012 0

The Relative Distinction of Address Validation, Precision, and Accuracy

By David Loshin One nice thing about addresses, especially in the United States, is that they have well-defined standards. In previous blog series, I have looked at the process of address standardization and correction, so I won’t belabor that point. However, many people confuse the differences among a valid address, a precise representation of an…

By March 20, 2012 0