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QuickAddress supports global websites. (Internet Focus).

QAS, who have launched a QuickAddress solution that accurately captures web site visitors' residential addresses across the world, will offer international organisations access to up to 226 million addresses, representing two thirds of the developed world, by early 2002. It requires the site visitor to enter only minimal address information, for the full and accurate postal address to be generated. For example in the UK, just the house number and postcode would be required. The solution uses licensed address data from the national postal authority in each country for the address. Intelligent matching,it is claimed,enables the system to generate a correct address if the customer makes errors entering the required address elements. The solution can be integrated into any web page or form,offering both ActiveX and Java interfaces.
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Publication:Database and Network Journal
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2001
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