Service Objects Continues its Commitment to Corporate Conservation with Pledge to Plant Ten Trees for Every New Customer
Partnership with One Tree Planted will help with national reforestation efforts including the Million Tree Challenge designed to help California recover from recent forest fires
SANTA BARBARA CA, (April 18, 2018)

Service Objects℠, the leading provider of real-time contact validation solutions, today announced it will join forces with One Tree Planted as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to corporate conservation. The company pledges to plant 10 trees for each new customer.

This partnership with One Tree Planted will allow us to expand our efforts and amplify our commitment to preserving our natural resources and helping the environment.

Geoff Grow, Founder and CEO of Service Objects.

One Tree Planted was established in 2014 with the goal of combining reforestation with education, awareness, and community engagement. By working with local reforestation partners in Africa, Asia, North America, and South America, One Tree Planted selects tree species with the highest survival rates for each region. Though reforestation efforts in many parts of the state could take two years or more, as part of the Million Tree Challenge 500 participating companies will plant 2,000 trees each, per year with the goal of adding one million trees to areas devastated by the recent California forest fires.

Service Objects is dedicated to developing the industry’s best global contact validation tools to help businesses minimize fraud, streamline shipping and boost sales while also minimizing their environmental impact. Since its founding, Service Objects has enabled a wide variety of companies to solve inefficiencies, adopt paperless strategies, and reduce their environmental footprint by ensuring every contact record in every database is accurate, genuine, and up-to-date.

Each month, Service Objects prevents over 300 tons of paper from ever reaching a landfill through its Address Validation APIs. Over the past 16 years, the company has validated over 3 billion transactions, eliminating the need for 193 million pounds of paper, and ultimately saving over 1.6 million trees.

“Corporate conservation is deeply rooted in our company culture,” said Geoff Grow, Founder and CEO of Service Objects. “This partnership with One Tree Planted will allow us to expand our efforts and amplify our commitment to preserving our natural resources and helping the environment.”

About Service Objects

Founded in 2001, Service Objects is the leading provider of contact validation solutions, validating online transactions in real-time, including contact name, address, phone, email and device. Using Service Objects’ global validation and location web services, businesses can detect and correct inaccurate contact data, identify fraudulent transactions, provide additional insight on customer data, and enable businesses to process transactions in a more efficient manner. Service Objects has validated nearly 3 billion contacts, and major brands such as American Express, LendingTree, and Amazon rely on Service Objects for their data validation needs. For more information about Service Objects’ real-time web services, please contact sales@serviceobjects.com.

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