Worcester, UK – 21 April 2016 – The founders of PCA Predict, Guy Mucklow and Jamie Turner and their colleagues are delighted to have been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2016 for their address validation service, Capture+.
The conferral of the award takes place on the 21 April, Her Majesty’s birthday.
PCA Predict, which was previously called Postcode Anywhere, has pioneered many of the major technical innovations in the data validation market since the company was founded in 2001.
The company won the award in recognition of how its search based method of retrieving address data has helped to transform its market. It enables customers to more easily capture international addresses where the postcode or zip code may not exist.
The service, which is sold under the Capture+ brand, helps to remove friction on web forms, making it quicker and easier for customers to complete the checkout process. Ecommerce businesses also benefit from being able to capture data from around the world in one service.
Capture+ has been a huge commercial success helping PCA Predict become one of the leading customer experience services in ecommerce with over 10,000 customers including Tesco, Trip Advisor, Oxfam and Dow Jones.
Guy Mucklow said: “Our vision at PCA Predict to “transform our market through the power of search and service”, is an exceptionally powerful statement which requires a high level of confidence in knowing how your market needs to evolve and in the ability of your team to deliver.
“The company is delighted to have been recognised through the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation. We’re really looking forward to the next few years as we launch a new range of predictive services which we believe will further enhance our position in managing online customer experience.”