CNAM stands for Calling Name Delivery or Caller ID Name.
CNAM is the service that provides the name of a caller, and is related to CLID (Caller ID/Caller Identification), which is the telephone number of the person calling you.
Enhanced CNAM is an API powered SaaS solution from Porting.com that gives service providers the ability to easily dip, store, modify and distribute any CNAM record to and from a single authoritative platform.
Enhanced CNAM also incudes a revenue sharing model that pays users of the service when their stored numbers get dipped.
PortControl, with Enhanced CNAM, enables you to easily dip, store, modify and distribute any CNAM record without having to log into another application or website, or start another dreaded email chain.
PortControl then transmits the data to service providers (100+ and counting) for consumption by carriers. If your data gets dipped you get paid. It’s that simple!
Enhanced CNAM APIs — Wicked-fast millisecond response times, non-cached data, easy integration with your existing workflow.
Only Pay For Good Data — Customers are only charged for successful dips, and unique 3rd party escalation is available.
Get Paid For Dips — Competitive pricing and a revenue sharing model… get paid when your stored numbers are dipped.
Number Reputation — Porting.com provides the reputation of a calling number, indicating the likelihood of an unwanted call.
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CNAM is quickly becoming a vital component in the fight against fraud for consumers and businesses alike.
Incomplete or inaccurate CNAM records leave the caller un-identified to the person they are trying to reach, often resulting in an ignored call.
For a business this can mean a missed opportunity.
Worse yet, inaccurate CNAM data can lead to an increase in fraud by not properly identifying the business or person.
Enhanced CNAM from Porting.com, Porting.com provides the reputation of a calling number, indicating the likelihood of an unwanted call.