Convert raw address into standard formats with spell correction, abbreviation expansion, localized interpretation, and spatial normalization
Contextualized record linking solver to categorize address into components, Graph analysis of address components to identify bounds and ignore biases
Precision analyzer with iterative abilities to refine the geocoding ability. Helps in the accurate resolution of addresses
Geo-Resolver offers efficiency-enhancing features no matter where your delivery location.
Proven record for improving first delivery attempt
Huge time savings
Sophisticated phrase analytics
Geo-Resolver provides an easy interface for geo-coding in real-time. Watch the solution in action with a demo or get in touch with email@example.com for a consultation.
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