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What is a Postal Code and Why is it Important for Address Verification and Validation?
February 18, 2020

You may have often heard of ZIP+4 address verification when implementing a data cleansing and matching activity. But do you know…

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Data Management Trends 2020 – An Overview by Data Ladder
January 6, 2020

It won't be possible to give an overview of data management trends 2020 without conducting an analysis of the clients and... Read More
Using Wordsmith to Remove Noise and Standardize Data in Bulk for Greater Matching Confidence
September 13, 2019

Using Wordsmith to Remove Noise and Standardize Data in Bulk for Greater Matching Confidence The data that flows into your organization…

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Entity Resolution for a Single Customer View
July 12, 2019

“The ability to view the customer through a single lens enables critical measurement, optimization, efficiency, and personalized use cases.” Jason Niemi,…

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3 Ways Data Cleansing Software Can Help Increase Your Marketing ROI
November 20, 2018

“It takes $1 to verify a record as it’s entered, $10 to cleanse and dedupe it, and $100 if nothing…

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Optimize Your Analytics Tools Investments with Data Wrangling
September 29, 2018

There has been a substantial stress in the current landscape of data analytics. The massive volume of data these days demands…

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Understanding the Difference between ETL and Data Wrangling
September 26, 2018

Over the period of past few years, the process of data wrangling, also known as “the preparation of the data,” has…

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Undeliverable Mail: Sometimes It’s Not Canada Post’s Fault
July 27, 2018

Consider this, just because your business thinks your addresses are valid – doesn’t mean your mail is deliverable. A supposedly valid…

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Imperative Customer Data Accuracy
November 4, 2017

Managing gigabytes of data is one of the most important aspects to a company’s ability to run smoothly and efficiently. The…

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How to Avoid a Data Breach
September 14, 2017

On September 7, 2017, Equifax published a press release announcing a “cybersecurity incident potentially impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers.” In…

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