First Name Gender Processor

Separate first and last names and determine gender and salutation based on the first name.

Automatically separate first name and surname and determine the gender and the corresponding salutation based on the first name.

 

Do you have lists of names, eg. for mailings, possibly with mixed name parts, but no salutation because the gender is unknown? With First Name Gender Processor the missing information is added quickly and easily!

With First Name Gender Processor names can be analyzed and contained name parts can be separated and derived. The main function consists of a huge database with more than 180’000 first names (based on latin letters), which is used to automatically determine the gender and the appropriate salutation based on first names. In addition, mixed name parts can be separated in an intelligent way and stored separately, such as first names, last names, titles (Prof., Dr. …), prefixes (Mr., Ms. …) and suffixes (II, III, IV, Junior …).

The program runs on your Windows™ PC and processes Excel™ tables.

There is no need to upload confidential data to any website!

 

First Name Gender Processor

 

The input is an Excel table that contains the names to be processed in a column. The output of the name parts found can be put into the same table or into a separate Excel table. The corresponding source and target columns can be set flexibly.

 

preview - First Name Gender Processor

 

The settings can be saved as configuration files for reuse and reloaded if required.

The program is UNICODE-compatible and can process file names with characters from all languages.

Detailed functions of First Name Gender Processor can be found here.

 

Download a free demo version of First Name Gender Processor and test the software tool without obligation.

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