• Seduced by a Spork

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Mar 24, 2016
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    Spork inventors will provide demonstrations of how it works better as a fork compared to a spoon, or better than a spoon being used as a fork. This misses the more important point of how poorly it compares to a spoon as a spoon or a fork as a fork. There is an equivalence in our industry with the inventors of algorithm based location codes. These Spork inventors believe that as well as a general purpose location code their ​invention is perfect for all of the following uses...

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  • Mobile App Preview

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Mar 08, 2016

    We're making good progress on our Mobile App, here's a video preview of it in action

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  • Winning with Eircode - Local Government

    Posted by Ronan O'Connor | Mar 06, 2016

    Waterford City and County Council are using Autoaddress in their Microsoft Dynamics CRM system to provide rapid capture of customer contact address and Eircode. watdyn2

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  • Winning with Eircode - Ecommerce

    Posted by Ronan O'Connor | Mar 03, 2016

    Give your customers a faster and more efficient checkout process ​with quick and accurate address entry.  bonkers

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  • Eircode adoption in the public sector

    Posted by Ronan O'Connor | Mar 02, 2016

    Eircode recently provided an update on the current roll-out status in the public sector. As you can see from the table below, tremendous progress has been made since launch across a wide range of departments

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  • Big Benefit of Small Areas

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Jan 25, 2016
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    Small Areas and Delivery Planning

    The generic term "Small Areas" rather underplays their usefulness and functionality.  They provide benefits in a wide range of applications including customer profiling, market penetration, epidemiology, risk accumulation and delivery planning.

    Small Areas are perfect as building blocks to define delivery areas and help group and plan deliveries.

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  • Eircode Accredited Encoder

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Oct 02, 2015
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    We're delighted to have achieved certification from Eircode for our postcode appending accuracy. You can be certain that using Autoaddress services to append Eircodes to your existing records will achieve the highest match rate and lowest error rate available.

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  • Autoaddress 2.0 Available

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Aug 21, 2015
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    We are delighted to announce the release of Autoaddress 2.0 on August 21st 2015.  This is our most significant release ever as it incorporates Eircodes, and has an entirely new API and JavaScript control.  Detailed information is available in our developer centre

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  • Eircode data has been released

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Aug 06, 2015
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    We're delighted to officially announce we are an Eircode Approved Provider. Today we downloaded the first release of ECAD and ECAF data from Eircode and immediately began to integrate the data into our products. We plan to launch our ECAD enabled services in the week commencing 17th August 2015.

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  • Top 5 lessons from Eircode Launch

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Jul 14, 2015
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    As Eircode is now two days old it is time to reflect on Eircode Launch day and look at the top 5 lessons to be learned from the launch.

    Lesson #1 Irish people are very attached to their address

    Personally I blame the GAA. They've engendered a fierce rivalry among the people of Ireland based solely on County borders, have they no shame? Seriously though, a lot of people found out their Postal Address for the first time, and were very confused and/or angry. I think Shannon Airport is a good example. Before Eircode launched Shannon Airport was in Co. Clare, after Eircode launched Shannon Airport was...still in Co. Clare. The last line in the An Post Postal Address is Limerick, which is more of a routing instruction than an address. The Eircode project is about informing the public of their Eircode, and asking them to use it without changing their address, just add it as the last line. Unless Eircode hired Conor McGregor it was never going to attempt to tell people how to write their address.

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