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Service Objects’ DOTS NV2 API Helps Validate Contact Form Data

Service Objects' DOTS Name Validation 2 (NV2) API addresses the problem of false names within contact lists. NV2 uses the latest research to allow businesses to weed out fraudulent names at the point-of-entry. The new NV2 service is offered in two different ways to validate – real time API to work with online forms and connected applications and batch file mode for large list processing. 

Don't Send Mails In Vain: Email Pie API Let's You Know What Is Legit

For any business or website that relies on user or customer interaction, communication is important, and often the only point of contact a business may have with that customer is an email address. This is where email validation can lend a helping hand; as long as mail can be successfully sent to an address all is good, but if there's some issue causing failed delivery and other errors, better to know about it. Email Pie is a free, JSON API that provides a simple way to validate email addresses.

Straightforward Shipping With EasyPost's API

Adding shipping and posting functionalities to your applications may be necessary for your what you're trying to achieve, but it may not always be a quick and easy process. EasyPost is a posting and shipping service specifically designed for applications, saving developers some very valuable development time. The EasyPost API makes it possible for developers to access this functionality and easily integrate it with other applications.

Integrate Cross-border, International Payments Processing with Currency Cloud's XBPConnect API

The Currency Cloud, cross border payment as a service provider, has enabled developers to integrate international payment processing with an API: XBPConnect. Prior to the Currency Cloud, payment/invoice software required users to leave the platform and engage a third party to process an international invoice. The Currency Cloud allows cross border and multi-currency transactions from a single platform. The API allows developers to integrate the functionality into existing apps and platforms.