Service Objects Reaches Out to Help Communities Impacted by COVID-19

Service Objects is proud to announce that we are offering health and emergency management organizations administering aid to communities impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) free access to our advanced contact data validation and location intelligence APIs, helping them reduce the spread of the infectious virus.

With COVID-19 being declared a global pandemic and causing major disruptions in lives and businesses around the world, we made the decision to offer qualified organizations up to 100,000 free transactions to use in our global contact validation and location intelligence APIs. Organizations can also securely send us a list to be processed.

Our data quality APIs are powered by the most accurate and up-to-date data sources and are continuously improved by machine learning. Organizations can use Service Objects’ data quality platform to respond to this global crisis in the following ways:

  • international geocoding and IP geolocation help map COVID-19 hotspots
  • international address validation assists in delivering medicine to accurate addresses
  • reverse phone appending adds mailing addresses to patient lists
  • phone appending adds phone numbers to patient lists.

Service Objects is also HIPPA compliant so medical and health organizations can be sure they are meeting strict privacy guidelines while helping fight COVID-19.

According to our CEO Geoff Grow, the fast spread of this global pandemic is having a very real impact on our customers and local community. In addition to offering free access to our advanced contact validation and location intelligence APIs, our staff is equipped and ready to securely work remote to keep Service Objects running smoothly. We do not foresee any impact to the operations of our business, and our entire team is committed to doing our part to lessen the impact of COVID-19.

Qualified organizations who are interested in taking advantage of this offer can contact us here.

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