Overview of our modules

Our ID Validation is divided into modules and provides the functions for checking master data. Each module has the same basic functions, such as the possibility of manual one-on-one scanning or processing of imported files in different file formats.

Here you can see the overview of the existing modules. These are our standard modules that you can automatically use when you purchase the ID Validation or will be added in future updates.

VAT ValidationModule to validate VAT number
EORI ValidationModule to validate EORI numbers
Duplicate CheckModule for cleaning and deduplicating your addresses

The number of modules we provide will continue to increase over time. With every functional extension of a module, we check whether this extension can also be used in other modules (for example, the extension of import formats). Through the centralized development and reusability of code, we can focus on the actual function within the modules. As a result, we do not keep up with the same topics for the development of a module. This also applies to individual modules that one or another customer has already rated positively in the overall price of the project.

From customer projects, additional modules have already been created for ID Validation, which for the most part cannot be published as a standard module. This is due to the fact that some special formats are processed, database connections that are customer-specific were necessary, and therefore cannot be provided for general use.

Nevertheless, we would like to provide you with an overview so that you can get an idea of what is still possible.

Data Validation for Item Masterdata

Exports of complete article master data were checked for completeness and content errors.

Matching ZIP Codes

Address data has been checked for the correct postal code and streets using external databases with the corresponding records. Additional the coordinates of the addresses were added. By using an interface that is not freely available, this module cannot be used as a standard can be published.

Whether a customer-specific module will one day become a standard module is not directly decided by us, but by the number of requests and similarities of requirements.