Nobody covers more of the world than Global-Z. We always use the best sources available, even when they cost more than what our competitors use. We seek the most accurate Postcode Address File (PAF) reference data for the specific country, which includes officially licensed sources such as the country’s postal authority, other government agencies, and third parties.
- True global coverage
- More than 20 languages
- 9 character sets from Traditional and Simplified Chinese to Cyrillic, Greek, and Western European (Roman/Latin)
- Addressing formats from around the world, including all Universal Postal Union addressing formats
|wdt_ID||Group||Country / Region||Resolution*||Phone||Geocoding||Writing Systems||Languages|
|6||1||Belgium||Premises||Yes||Premesis||Latin||French, Dutch (Flemish)|
|9||1||Canada||Premises||Yes||Premises||Latin||French (QC), English|
|Group||Country / Region||Resolution*||Phone||Geocoding|
COUNTRY / REGION GROUPINGS:
Group 1: Address, Phone, and Email Hygiene
Group 2: Address and Email Hygiene
Group 3: Address formatting without verification, and Email, with or without Phone Hygiene
*Resolution is the most detailed level of address data available in the listed country. However, the level of resolution may not be the same in every region of the given country. Generally speaking, the more urban the area the more finely detailed the postal data is. For example, an address in Montreal may be able to be cleansed and verified down to the premises level, where an address in the northern areas of rural Quebec may be verifiable and correctable only to the city level.