Service Objects, the leading provider of real-time global contact validation solutions, is pleased to announce reaching some major milestones in its ongoing commitment to environmental conservation.
Our commitment to the environment is not just a matter of corporate goodwill – it is the reason our company came into being.
Geoff Grow, CEO, Service Objects
Service Objects was originally founded in 2001 with the purpose of applying technology to reducing waste and encouraging conservation best practices, in response to the growth of misdirected and duplicate direct mail marketing. This led to the development of the company’s flagship address validation services, heading a product line that has now evolved to over 25 products for contact data quality and business intelligence.
These address validation products now keep over 300 tons of paper from reaching landfills each month, and as of 2021, they are estimated to have saved over 2 million trees and nearly one billion gallons of water, as well as roughly 80 million pounds of air pollution.
Beyond the impact of its product line, Service Objects also makes proactive moves in support of environmental conservation. Its partnership with the One Tree Planted organization (www.onetreeplanted.org) supports reforestation efforts in its home state of California, planting 10 trees for each new customer as part a consortium of companies with a goal of repopulating the state with over one million new trees. Its own business operations also reflect its commitment to the environment, including a smaller physical office footprint, increased work-from-home options and reduced vehicle dependence.
“Our commitment to the environment is not just a matter of corporate goodwill – it is the reason our company came into being,” said Geoff Grow, Founder and CEO, Service Objects. “While we have grown over the past 20 years to become the industry leader in contact data validation, and work with many of the world’s leading businesses, the future of our shared planet is still at the core of everything we do.”