Address Standardization

Standardization ensures your addresses adhere to proper postal formatting and autocorrects them when they don't. Got some piece of information wrong? We'll automatically fix it. It's that simple.

US USPS defines a standardized address as one that is fully spelled out, has a correct city and state, is abbreviated with Postal Service standard abbreviations, and is correctly formatted. You ultimately have to arrive at what the USPS calls a complete address: fully spelled out and an exact match with the current Postal Service ZIP+4 index. Using our app will ensure that your company has complete and machine readable addresses as accepted by USPS.

International Since addresses are regionally formatted, it can be a challenge to combine global data sets. Verified addresses contain metadata that allow you to consistently reference locations around the world.

How to standardize address?

Our solution's Intelligent Address Correction corrects misspellings, populates missing information and formats addresses to ensure your address book is clean and up to date while address verification is processing. For example, let's see how the following input details change:

Input

Result

Name: Company: E-mail: Street: City: State/Province: Country: ZIP/Postal code:

"First Last" "Example" "test@email.com" "185 Berry St" "San Francisco" "CA" "US" "94107"

FIRST LAST EXAMPLE TEST@EMAIL.COM 185 BERRY ST STE 6100 SAN FRANCISCO CA UNITED STATES 94107-1741