Clean Up Your Addresses Before You De-Dupe
[Discontinued. Suggested Alternative: AccuMail Gold]
"Dirty" addresses (addresses that are misspelled, incorrect directionals, wrong ZIP codes, etc.) are a real problem in any database. Dirty addresses mean delayed or discarded mail in addition to wasted materials and labor costs.
With StreetRite, you can "clean and scrub" your database before de-duping or printing your labels. It enables you to achieve significantly higher response rates to your mailings by ensuring that your data is de-duped more accurately and your mail is delivered faster to its correct destination.
How it Works
- StreetRite, based on the CASS-Certified Accumail Gold, utilizes the same USPS National Database to clean your address data.
- StreetRite corrects addresses with missing or misspelled components and standardizes them in accordance with USPS conventions.
- StreetRite corrects missing and/or incorrect 5-digit ZIP codes.
- StreetRite adds ZIP+4 codes and allows you to browse the USPS National Database and manually look up any un-coded records.
What's the Difference between StreetRite and Accumail Gold?
StreetRite is intended for use by marketers who do not require CASS-Certified postal discounts. StreetRite adds ZIP+4 codes and maintains address hygiene by correcting addresses, replacing missing data and standardizing addresses. StreetRite's database may also be used for longer periods of time (it does not "shut off" as is required by CASS-Certification USPS regulations). StreetRite's database will become outdated as the Postal Service re-aligns addresses and ZIP codes.
- Allows you to maintain address hygiene in your database.
- Adds ZIP+4 detail to your input data.
- Allows you to browse the USPS National Database and perform single address lookups.
- Creates original databases so your records can be coded considerably faster.
- Uses result codes to identify and analyze un-coded addresses.
- Works with databases in most formats, including ASCII fixed length and ASCII delimited file formats as well as dBase file formats.