CostQuest, with its deep roots in geospatial solutions and mapping, has built a rigorous approach to matching addresses and other location data to structures, roads, land, and infrastructure. More specifically, and relevant to current use cases, CostQuest matches service (provisioning) addresses to Broadband Serviceable Locations (BSLs). Our matching processes can be used in federal and state regulatory filings, and for the purposes of supporting better billing, provisioning, service qualification, and other service provider use cases. We also support broadband providers with other location-based filings supporting High Cost Universal Broadband (HUBB) and Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) build-outs.
Preparing your availability data has never been so easy
We’ve taken the complex task of preparing service availability data, and standardized it in a way that returns results that are difficult to replicate using in-house processes and data. Our address matching service includes the following high-level steps.