Videos & Tutorials

Webinars
Webinars: The Role of Data Quality in the General Data Protection Regulation
Webinars
Webinars: Accurate Taxes = Happy Customers
Webinars
Webinars: Leveraging Data Quality to Improve TCPA Compliance
Webinars
Webinars: Address Validation & Data Quality
Tutorials
The Path to Data Quality Excellence
Tutorials
The Importance of Address Integrity
Tutorials
Ensuring Addresses are Accurate and Up-to-Date
Tutorials
Improving Customer Satisfaction Through Data Quality
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS Address Validation – US
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS Address Detective
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS Email Validation
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS GeoPhone
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS Name Validation
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS FastTax
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS IP Address Validation
Product Details and Specs
Product Specs: DOTS Order Validation
Technical Support
DataTumbler: Installation
Technical Support
DataTumbler: Interface Basics
Technical Support
DataTumbler: Interface Details
Technical Support
How to Use the Service Path
Tutorials
C# REST Tutorial
Tutorials
C# SOAP Tutorial
Tutorials
Java REST Tutorial
Tutorials
Java SOAP Tutorial
Tutorials
PHP REST Tutorial
Tutorials
PHP SOAP  Tutorial

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