Group 1 Introduces DataVerse

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Group 1 Software, a data quality and database marketing software vendor, introduced its DataVerse suite of products yesterday. The software enables e-businesses to easily integrate address verification technologies into their Internet applications.


The product suite consists of DataVerse US, DataVerse Canada and DataVerse International. DataVerse US and DataVerse Canada validate, correct and standardize business and residential address data for the United States and Canada, respectively. DataVerse International validates, corrects and/or formats address data for more than 200 countries worldwide.


The DataVerse APIs are written for Web development environments, including Active Server Pages and Java. This facilitates easy integration and upgrades of the software in Web-based applications for Windows NT and UNIX, respectively.


"The worldwide explosion in e-commerce has made international address data quality a critical operational requirement for e-businesses," said Bob Bowen, CEO of Group 1, Lanham, MD. "Group 1's new DataVerse products are a natural extension for the e-commerce marketplace of our leadership position in customer name and address data quality applications."
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