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What is an address?
An address provides more information about the physical location of a person or organisation. Addresses in Denmark have a fixed structure. This structure consists of a number of variables and is structured as follows.
Address Structure Denmark
- Street name + House number (and house number addition) or P.O. Box number
- Postal code
Address Denmark Example
In order to get a better understanding of an address in Denmark we have here an example of the University of Copenhagen.
University of Copenhagen
Map customers geographically
With the locations of all addresses you can plot your customers on the map and immediately start with a geographical segmentation of your customer data. We call this process the geocoding of addresses. Our dashboards turn the data into clear maps on which you can immediately perform all kinds of analyses.
What are the possibilities of the address map of Denmark?
By mapping addresses you create an overview of all addresses in Denmark. This helicopter-view helps you to quickly gain new insights and find answers to the following questions:
- Map the number of addresses per postcode.
- Link customer addresses to the map (geocoding).
- Find a postal code by address.
- Create an overview of the number of homes per province. For example, consider mapping the number of addresses in Copenhagen.
- Verify customers' addresses.
- By mapping your customers you can perform a location analysis for the opening of a new store location.