Most businesses rely on address verification to identify inaccuracies and verify missing data from manual data entries, while others use it to improve user experience. Verified customer address data is a critical component of location intelligence, helping to deliver enhanced digital experiences and better operational efficiency across industry sectors.
This guide covers everything you need to know about front-end address verification, including best practices for digital forms and checkout experiences, along with case studies from top retailers.
Check it out to learn:
- The correct verification method for your business needs;
- How to optimize your data capture experience for mobile;
- The top mistakes to avoid while collecting data; and
- How top retailers like Nordstrom and ASOS use address verification tools to improve the customer experience & their own data quality.