DataFlux, a developer of data management solutions, is expanding its offerings to include more web services.

The move means that customers can find more cost-efficient ways of inspecting and controlling data, DataFlux said. The company said its latest update allows clients to integrate its technology through enterprise applications that support web services.

“By embracing a Web-based architecture, our customers can use their existing infrastructure to expand data management processes throughout – and beyond – the enterprise,” said Scott Gidley, senior director of research and development and co-founder of DataFlux, in a statement.

Customers can use a hosted version of DataFlux address verification and enhanced contact information components for external use through an on-demand pay service from StrikeIron, a DataFlux partner.