Steve,
We have done this here at Shop Vac within the ORD700D9 program using
FedEx's Webservice. We return the address and give the customer service
personnel the option to use the returned address. If you would like to
discuss this, feel free to contact me.

Regards

Mike McConnell
Programmer Analyst
Shop Vac Corporation
570-321-7434 (office) | 570-321-7266 (fax)
E-MAIL: MMcConnell@xxxxxxxxxxx
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From: Steve Keller <steve.keller@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx'" <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 08/23/2016 09:36 AM
Subject: [BPCS-L] ORD700 Address Verification
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We are on BPCS version 8.3.4 and periodically we have users enter in an
invalid address, whether it's the street address, zip code etc for small
parcel shipments. Then when the order gets processed for shipment our
manifest systems do a address verification but the shipper may not know if
the returned address is actually the correct one. We are looking at
potentially having the verification done at ORD700 entry...has anyone put
a system in place like this? I know UPS and FedEx have some API programs
but not sure if those can be incorporating into ORD700 or if there is
another means.

Regards,

Steve Keller
I.T. Director
Diversified Dynamics Corporation
763-785-5759
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shk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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