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The company said Delivery Point Validation (DPV) was created to help mailers, publishers and other businesses save money on postage, reduce undeliverables and store customer data with more confidence.
The report includes detailed scores and percentages on key sub-elements such as Delivery Point Validation (DPV[R]), LACS(Link[R]), Suite(Link) along with ACS (Address Correction Services) COA (Change of Address) and Nixie statistics.
Additionally, i/Lytics GLOBAL can assign extra variables when available, including ZIP+4, Carrier Route, Delivery Point Validation (DPV), barcodes, and rooftop-precise geocoding latitude and longitude points for enhanced target marketing.
Melissa Data is a non-exclusive licensee of the United States Postal Service for Delivery Point Validation (DPV).
These add-on options include geographical targeting with TIGER data, drop-shipping (multiple entry points with pre-sort analytical tool), Delivery Point Validation (DPV), preparing mail to be shipped on pallets, and support of Mail.
and the market leader in global data quality solutions, announced today that the Trillium Software System(R) has received Delivery Point Validation from the United States Postal Service (USPS).
today launched its Delivery Point Validation (DPV(TM)) feature available for its SmartMailer(TM) 7 Mail Management Software.
Fingerhut has also licensed Delivery Point Validation (DPVTM)*, a CODE-1 Plus component that validates the accuracy of address data to the physical delivery point.