The Postcode Address File is the UK’s most up-to-date address database. By taking advantage of daily updates you can get more letters and parcels to your customers first time. It also supports businesses in reducing abandoned baskets, expensive returns, fraudulent transactions and customer complaints. Saving you both time and money.
30m+ UK postal delivery addresses
1.8m UK postcodes
1.4m UK business names
The PAF database doesn’t simply offer you scale and reach. It receives 4-5,000 updates every day – mainly from postmen and women doing their daily walks – to ensure that it remains the UK’s most up-to date, accurate and widely-used address database.
The Postcode Address File – and its complementary products – offer a host of benefits to organisations of every size and in every sector. It does so in a multitude of ways; but here are five of the most common uses.
Please note: The PAF database is delivered via a Windows based application (SetupRM.exe). If you are using a Mac or Linux/Unix based system you will need to use a machine running Windows or a Windows emulator.
Reduce abandoned baskets and expensive returns by enabling fast and accurate automatic address completion.Find out more
Verify addresses in seconds, for a better customer experience and reduce the likelihood of losses due to fraud.Find out more
Remove errors, duplicates and gaps in customer address information to ensure your records are up to date and standardised.Find out more
Optimise route planning and select specific postcode areas to improve operational efficiency and customer targeting.Find out more
You can get even more out of the PAF database when you add these
additional address products.
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