On-time delivery falls to lowest rate in a decade.

On-time delivery falls to lowest rate in a decade.

How do you ensure your business delivers fast and accurately?

The Perfect Storm

With the increased shipping volume from explosive ecommerce, labor shortages and other COVID driven-woes, the delivery industry is facing a perfect storm of challenges. Carriers like FedEx, UPS and the USPS are already experiencing impacts on their on-time performance (OTP) rates, seeing them fall as low as 85% this year.

The accuracy of your customers’ addresses is critical to delivery logistics and meeting your customers’ expectations. So how do you protect your business?

Address Accuracy is Critical

Address validation tools help reduce addressing errors at the time of capture by validating and correcting them to postal and shipping carrier formats, while also ensuring the address is deliverable.

Interested in learning more about the benefits of address validation?

Learn How Address Validation Can Help

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