• How To Improve Your Deliveries

    Posted by Kaity Klonowski | Mar 30, 2020

    Ensure you reach the right address, every time. The wrong address will drive up costs and drive down your reputation; especially now, when the importance of delivery has never been greater. Businesses and organisations rely on fast and accurate delivery information - yet, 1 in 20 online orders never reach their destination.

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  • How Address Verification Will Help Your E-Commerce Business

    Posted by Kaity Klonowski | Mar 23, 2020

    Address verification ensures that the address data you collect is accurate, up to date, and standardized. It’s an essential part of any business - especially those in e-commerce. Not only will address verification improve the customer experience, but it will also save your business time, money, and resources that could be better spent elsewhere. Here’s why your e-commerce business should invest in address verification:

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  • CRITICAL SECURITY UPDATE - Disabling Support for HTTP, and End of Life for TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.1

    Posted by | Mar 09, 2020

    CRITICAL SECURITY UPDATE - Disabling Support for HTTP, and End of Life for TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.1

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  • Autoaddress Status Page

    Posted by Kaity Klonowski | Nov 04, 2019

    We have re-designed our API status page https://status.autoaddress.ie ​You can visit this page to determine if the Autoaddress API is experiencing any issues, or has experienced an issue in the past 24 hours. Our status page takes a live feed from our log files and displays this information on a Google Map in real-time, as well as updating the API calls counter for the day. Our service is in use 24/7 so you should see activity no matter what time you visit the page.

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  • Autoaddress React Component now available.

    Posted by Kevin Santiago | Aug 13, 2019

    Autoaddress has just released the Autoaddress React Component. The component is now available and allows you to easily integrate the Autoaddress control into your React apps.

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  • Autoaddress 1.x End of Product Life Cycle Notice

    Posted by Kevin Santiago | Apr 03, 2019

    1st March 2019 is the End of Product Life Cycle for Autoaddress 1.8 and older versions. Customers must migrate to Autoaddress 2.0 before this date. Customers are advised to contact our support team who will assist with the transition.

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  • Autoaddress acquires Data Ireland

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Mar 26, 2019

    Autoaddress, the leading supplier of Eircode Address Solutions in Ireland, has acquired Data Ireland, the leading provider of business and consumer data.

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  • ISO 27001 Certification

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Jan 05, 2019

    Autoaddress is delighted to announce that we have been awarded ISO 27001:2013 certification. Managing Director Pat Donnelly said "Certification to ISO 27001​ demonstrates to our customers and business partners that we are managing the security of information we hold. This certification means that Autoaddress was independently certified and awarded the internationally recognised highest security standard. We are committed to regularly monitoring our compliance through internal and external audits to ensure continuous improvement."

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  • 2018 holiday eCommerce season: will Irish eCommerce sales live up to industry expectations?

    Posted by Monika Ghita | Nov 20, 2018

    As Black Friday approaches, the 2018 holiday season is already shaping up to be one of the best in years for Irish retailers. Footfall in the first ten days of November is up 2% on 2017 figures. Consumer spending in 2018 is growing at a steady pace and projected to further increase by 4%, and this year eCommerce sales are expected to grow by a further 11%.
    Consumer confidence in Ireland is high, unemployment is low, and disposable income has increased by about 5% a year in each of the past three years. This strong economy is setting the stage for a spending surge this holiday season.

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  • Eircode Q218 Housing Supply Update

    Posted by Pat Donnelly | Aug 08, 2018

    There really isn't any good news in these figures, the increase in available residential units is insufficient to meet demand, and the rate of increase is not enough to provide optimism that it will meet demand this year. There was an increase of 4,563 residential ​units in the second quarter, with a further 10,285 under construction. This compares with 3,581 new residential units in the same quarter last year (increase of 27%) and 6,189 under construction (increase of 66%).

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