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What Does API Really Mean?

API stands for Application Program Interface. It is a way for software to communicate with each other based on specific inputs and outputs. API’s are everywhere, nearly any application in existence can use...

Jan Rehorik, Sr. Applications Engineer
Jan Rehorik
Sr. Applications Engineer
July 20, 2017

C# Integration Tutorial Using DOTS Email Validation

Watch this video and hear Service Objects’ Application Engineer, Dylan, as he presents a 22 minute step-by-step tutorial on how to integrate an API using C#. In order to participate in this tutorial, you...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
June 29, 2017

NCOA Integration Tutorial

The reality about any set of residential customer data is that given enough time, addresses and the people living there are bound to change. Occasionally, businesses and organizations can rely on the...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
May 18, 2017

Taking Service Objects for a Test Drive

You’ve found Service Objects, you’ve read about our services so now you want to test drive. Well, there are several ways to do just that and as I go through the options you will also get a pretty good...

Jan Rehorik, Sr. Applications Engineer
Jan Rehorik
Sr. Applications Engineer
April 27, 2017

Java Integration Tutorial

Java is easily one of the most popular programming languages in the world. It is a general purpose language that users have managed to implement in a variety of applications. It is popular with web...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
April 18, 2017

Service Objects Provides Customized Sample Code

One of our primary goals as Application Engineers at Service Objects, is to do whatever we can to ensure that clients and prospective clients get up and running with their DOTS validation service and...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
March 28, 2017

Python Tutorial

Python is a versatile, robust scripting language that can be used for a variety of projects and implementations. One thing that separates Python from other programming languages is its use of white space...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
March 16, 2017

C# Integration Tutorial

C# may very well be our most requested sample code.  There is good reason for that too; C# and the .NET framework are many developer’s first choice for creating a web page or any other type of application...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
February 9, 2017

Ruby on Rails Integration Tutorial

Ruby on Rails (or more colloquially, “Rails”) is a server-side web application framework that provides its users a powerful arsenal to create web pages, web services and database structures. Rails utilizes...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
January 24, 2017

How to Validate International Addresses

Dealing with international addresses is no simple task. An address can often be misspelled, incorrectly formatted or simply written in a foreign language that you do not understand. The simple fact that...

Service Objects
December 20, 2016

A Node JS Step By Step Tutorial

A few weeks ago we published a blog article titled “Why You Should Never Put Sensitive Data in Your JavaScript” and it described some of the dangers that accompany client side scripts like javascript. ...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
December 8, 2016

Integrating Service Objects with Salesforce

Salesforce is a great CRM that allows businesses to easily put customers at the center of their attention. But even a tool like Salesforce can be halted by poor quality customer data. Well, luckily for...

Dylan Van Lant, Applications Support Technician
Dylan Van Lant
Applications Support Technician
September 1, 2016

The Challenge of Storing International Addresses

Working with international address data can be difficult and confusing. Even when you have an application available to validate an address, and it tells you that it’s deliverable, you still have to...

Emanuel Fuentes, Sr. Software Engineer
Emanuel Fuentes
Sr. Software Engineer
July 28, 2016

Opinionated Software – Choosing Your Vision

In software development, there are two common approaches to architectural design. One school of thought, un-opinionated, is to make software agnostic and be as flexible as possible to allow the developer...

Service Objects
March 24, 2016

Improving Canada Address Deliverability

Each year, over 140 million pieces of mail are marked as undeliverable. This happens for several reasons which include incorrect address format, address no longer exists, and mail refused by an addressee...

Service Objects
December 3, 2015

Service Objects Integration Patterns

Request and Reply Usage: The request and reply pattern utilizes the HTTP protocol to transfer data to Service Objects Web Services where the data is processed, validated and/or appended to and returned to...

Service Objects
October 15, 2015

Telemarketing and the Benefits of Telephone Data

As you likely know, telemarketing is subject to numerous laws and regulations, some of which can cost a company a lot of money if they don’t comply. For instance, the largest Do Not Call settlement...

Rob Manser, Marketing
Rob Manser
Marketing
June 10, 2015

3 Email Validation Terms You Should Know

Email validation is an important tool in ensuring the deliverability of your email messages. Not only can email validation correct common typos and weed out bogus email addresses, it is also essential in...

Emanuel Fuentes, Sr. Software Engineer
Emanuel Fuentes
Sr. Software Engineer
March 4, 2015

Cutting the Cord… But is the Cord Really Cut?

The great migration from traditional landline continues. After all, nearly everyone has a cell phone, and many families have multiple cell phones. In addition to competition from wireless phones, the...

Geoff Grow, Founder & CEO
Geoff Grow
Founder & CEO
January 13, 2015

Why Your CRM is Ineffective

Ever wonder why your CRM isn’t as effective as you had hoped it would be? Here’s the reason: Bad data! According to a recent article published on Health IT Analytics, the following takes place...

Service Objects
November 4, 2014

Time to Size Up Your Shipping Carrier Options

With several shipping companies to choose from and each one offering a wide range of services, it can be difficult to determine which one offers the best compromise between service quality and...

Service Objects
September 3, 2014
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