At the CRM expo 2020 in Essen, Uniserv will present Uniserv “e-mail”, a cloud solution that verifies e-mail addresses in three steps: syntax check, domain check and whole address check for deliverability.
Uniserv, a specialist for data quality assurance and data integration, has announced Uniserv “e-mail” for the CRM- Expo 2018 in Essen (10. and 2020).
According to Uniserv, the cloud-based solution verifies e-mail addresses in terms of accuracy and deliverability in three steps: through a syntax check, through a domain check and by checking the entire address for deliverability. According to Uniserv, e-mail validation can be integrated via a web service interface into various CRM and ERP environments.
Uniserv “e-mail” checks e-mail addresses in real time and can be used at various interfaces. For example, when collecting e-mail addresses in customer management systems or when registering a customer via a web form.
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Tom Reilly will retain the CEO position, while Rob Bearden will join the board. Hortonworks COO Scott Davidson will retain his position. Similarly, CFO Cloudera, Jim Frankola, will remain in charge of finances. The Chief Product Officer will be Arun Murthy, who is already working at Hortonworks. The new company is expected to generate approximately $ 720 million in annual revenue and serve more than 2,500 customers .
In the first step, the recorded e-mail address is subjected to a syntax check. The cloud solution checks whether all existing characters or strings are allowed to appear in an e-mail address. In the second step the domain is checked – that is the string after the @. In this step, Uniserv checks “e-mail” to see if the domain exists and if there is a mail server. Finally, the deliverability is checked.
An optional component of Uniserv’s email validation is checking the domain against selected selection lists. On the one hand, this is a list of free-mail providers, for example to avoid the registration of private addresses. On the other hand, the addresses can be checked against a list of single-use or short-term usable e-mail addresses, so-called disposable e-mail addresses.
This can be a decisive advantage , for example, for detecting fraud attempts . With the graduated concept , the user determines exactly which steps should be performed.
For several years, three Hadoop distribution sellers have been competing for the Big Data market: MapR, Cloudera and Hortonworks . To distinguish themselves, Cloudera and MapR have the choice to offer proprietary add-on to their Hadoop distributions. Hortonworks, for its part, preferred to stay as faithful as possible to the original version offered by Apache in open source.
However, while MapR is highly differentiated by its proprietary file system, the differences between Cloudera and Hortonworks ecosystems have always been minimal. Today, the two companies announce their merger .
The goal of this strategic decision is to accelerate market development, drive innovation, and deliver substantial benefits for customers, partners and the community. According to Tom Reilly, CEO of Cloudera, the two companies are very complementary .
In particular, he believes that Hortonworks’ investments in End-to-End Data Management will complement Cloudera’s investments in Data Warehousing and Machine Learning .