QAS Upgrades QuickAddress Pro

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QAS, Boston, an address verification systems vendor, said yesterday it has upgraded its QuickAddress Pro software to help organizations correct their customer address data and save thousands of dollars in labor and mailing costs for the busiest mailing season of the year.


According to QAS, QuickAddress Pro V3.0 offers faster and more accurate addressing to ensure items arrive on time at the right destination.


QuickAddress Pro V3.0 offers improved "picklist" functionality in the form of a drop-down list of address options used throughout the address retrieval and verification process, QAS said. QuickAddress Pro gives the user increased flexibility when refining these options, resulting in more significant savings from rapid address retrieval and increased efficiency. Informational prompts have been added to bring the correct address quickly to the user.


QuickAddress Pro is designed to meet the address verification requirements of organizations that need to capture, clean, enhance and maintain their address data. It is based on licensed address data from the USPS, ensuring that all addresses entered are verified against USPS data. QuickAddress Pro v3.0 is available for Windows 95/98, Windows NT/2000, Client Server and Unix platforms.


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