SmartSoftDQ is a subsidiary of Datatech SmartSoft Inc., a leading provider of workflow management and data quality software. We provide desktop and enterprise-level solutions for address correction, postal discounts, and print workflow automation, for the United States and Canada.
SmartSoft has been known in the industry as one the most trusted address validation experts for over 20 years. We serve the food and agricultural industry, Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, financial institutions, not-for-profit organizations, and a whole host of other businesses that rely on us for their data quality needs.
The lineage of SmartSoftDQ didn’t begin with the creation of Datatech SmartSoft Inc. in 1996, however. Its success comes from a long tradition of offering a client-first service approach and providing customizable business solutions, from the company’s founding in 1968.
“We use AccuMail to cleanse our customer service addresses before we import them into our routing software. This has greatly increased the accuracy of our geocodes and saved us lots of time.”
Waste Connections, Inc.
“We process lists for a lot of clients that have never heard the phrase “database management”. Their files require a LOT of manipulation and correction. Thank you SmartSoft for helping us help our clients.”
Mailings Direct, LLC
We can ensure our customers at least 99% accuracy. Printing and mailing can be expensive, and you want the process to be as accurate as possible.
California State University, Chico
“SmartSoft’s great live technical support is an important factor in choosing our mail processing solutions. Fast, knowledgeable support gives our company the confidence to meet our customers mailing needs.”
“SmartSoft has come up with the best solution by far! SmartAddresser with MailSpotter is the easiest, most robust and reliable that I’ve experienced.”
“We have saved a lot of money over the past 20+ years. Getting the address correct the first time saves initial duplication and makes sure that our customers get what we send them at reduced automation rates.”