Pitney Bowes announces premium G-NAF solution

By on 9 March, 2016


The Australian Government’s National Science and Innovation Agenda (NISA) has delivered its promise to publicly release the Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF), which was made available on data.gov.au on 26 February 2016. In line with this, Pitney Bowes has announced its premium Geocoding solutions for businesses in Australia.

The Australian Government’s G-NAF provides comprehensive national address file information for all of Australia. Pitney Bowes’ state-of-the-art location intelligence technology builds on this, taking the complex structure of G-NAF data and transforming it into a dynamic geocoding solution for a range of industries.

“In our digitally evolving world, spatial information will continue to influence everything we do, making access to this data increasingly valuable,” said Nick Smith, Managing Director, ANZ Pitney Bowes Software.

“Pitney Bowes has more than 30 years of spatial expertise and can deliver premium G-NAF and geocoding solutions to help organisations transform complex spatial data for simple and effective use,” he added.

”Pitney Bowes supports the government initiative to release the G-NAF data. The public release of G-NAF will remove barriers to greater use of the data, unlock and create opportunities for industry innovation, collaboration and data sharing.”

Pitney Bowes location intelligence solutions turn data into a critical business and operational advantage and help clients to:

  • Gain powerful new customer insights
  • Drive operational efficiencies for business where locational precision and accuracy is critical to success
  • Serve their customer better in the areas of Telecommunications, Retailers, Financial Institutions, Insurance and Government amongst others

For further information visit Pitney Bowes Australia’s G-NAF resource page.


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