Learn How to Use Address Identifier Technology to Drive Efficiencies in Mapping, Analytics, Risk Management & Logistics

Every year, half a million U.S. addresses change in some way. Some changes are minor like a misspelling correction, and some are major, such as a 911 emergency reassignment. These changes result in missed duplicates and undeliverable addresses in your master address database. Learn about unique address identifier technology which contains complete information about each physical address leading to more accuracy, more reliability, and greater efficiency in GIS applications.

 In this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • How using identifier technology instead of the addresses themselves streamlines data updates and standardization, and solves the problem of disappearing addresses
  • Ways to unlock the GIS potential using comprehensive location intelligence for every physical address in the U.S.
  • How to improve the quality of data deduplication to derive meaningful insight from spatial analysis and mapping

Who should attend?

  • First responders
  • Elected officials
  • All government agencies
  • Utility companies
  • Risk assessors
  • Logistics
  • Cartographers

To find the MAT data you need by state, city, zip or radius, click here, https://bit.ly/2L73NZk

For a free evaluation of your address data, please send a list of your addresses and/or lat-long coordinates for any city to Webinars@Melissa.com, and Melissa will give you a full report of any inactive or missing addresses/coordinates. 


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