State / Country Validation
iTools State/Country Validation is the automated way to maintain accurate, consistent and complete State and Country values for Salesforce Accounts, Contacts, Leads, Contracts and Users. Provides standardized ISO Code for use in reports, search and 3rd party integration.
iTools validation works ’behind the scenes’ with absolutely no impact on the way your users add or update addresses. Batch validation is also available to clean up existing addresses with a click of a button. An easy to use custom view is provided to quickly review and correct invalid values. iTools supports the standard address fields for Accounts, Contacts, Leads, Contracts and Users.
An international standards-based library of content is used to deliver accurate results. State/Country names are provided in multiple languages and formats and can be customized to fit your needs.
Validation is automatic and works ’behind the scenes’ with absolutely no impact on the way your users and organization add or update addresses.
Clean up thousands (or millions) of your existing addresses in a matter of minutes with a click of a button. Our iTool uses the new Batch Apex feature to get the job done in record time.
Relies on international, multi-language standards-based content to deliver accurate results. Will attach a country code to all addresses with a valid country value. Use the country code to simplify report criteria, formulas, views and integration with 3rd party tools and services.
Customize the iTool to fit your needs by extending the library of alternate state/country names to support name variations that you regularly encounter such as custom abbreviations, common misspellings, alternate names, foreign languages and names with decorated characters.
Standardizes State and Country values to your organization's preferred name and format.
Finds invalid and missing values, plus incorrect state/country value combinations. Use the iTool’s custom view to review and quickly correct the data.
Fills in missing country values wherever possible—because we know this field is often left blank.
Properly handles state names and abbreviations that are shared by more than one country.