BOSTON — QAS says it has sold its QuickAddress address verification and cleansing software to a number of credit unions lately, helping them collect and maintain accurate member information in their core processing systems.

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The company, a part of Experian, says the list includes $341 million Smart Financial CU of Houston; $55 million Paradise Valley FCU of National City, Calif.; $690 million Los Angeles Fireman's Credit Union of Pasadena, Calif.; $577 million Advancial FCU in Dallas, and $487 million Wright Patman Congressional FCU in Washington, D.C.

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QuickAddress solutions use official postal records to identify and correct errors as addresses are being entered into the core system as well as clean, complete and verify existing records, the company says.

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