We love building the internet
AddressFinder launched as an Abletech project back in 2007, the same year that Apple invented the iPhone. Fast-forward to today, Apple have changed the whole world and we have changed our corner of it.
We solve a big problem with a small solution
We started AddressFinder because we noticed a trend. Our customers were wasting time and money because the addresses they collected online were often inaccurate and badly formatted. We were also aware of the link between online form filling time and completion rates. Replacing clunky address fields with an autocomplete was a no-brainer, but reinventing the wheel for each project was costly and painful. We thought that if we could solve the problem beautifully, just once, other people would want to use it too. It turns out, they do.
AddressFinder is now much more than an address autocomplete field, but our goal is still the same: to make address auto-completion and accuracy easy.
AddressFinder is popular
…is a big number. It’s also the number of times people have used AddressFinder.
Photos of the AddressFinder team
Our team knows their stuff
AddressFinder was the first product released by the team at Abletech. We build web and mobile apps for a wide range of organisations, and work on a growing suite of our own products. We have a team of developers who are dedicated to AddressFinder and it’s built into almost every project we do. Every day, you can find us checking our performance, adding features and improvements, talking to customers and drinking coffee.
We know people rely on us for speedy checkouts and accurate, standardised record keeping. We go to great lengths to make sure AddressFinder is as fast, accurate, dependable and fail-safe as it can be. We have real-time analytics on a big screen in the office to keep us focused on constantly improving our performance.
Our customers are also part of our team
A lot of our customers have been with us for years, and more start using AddressFinder every day. We love listening to our customers and hearing what they need. Over the years, our customers' needs have driven features like these: