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Does anyone know of geocoding software that will try to figure out intersections that aren't completely exact?

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My company is doing a large number of surveys.  These surveys include asking for intersections.  We collect thousands of surveys and many of these surveys include intersections that aren't exact i.e. I-610 and Beechnut, Houston, TX will not geocode bc Beechnut actually intesects w/ I-610 feeder rd and not I-610 itself.  The current geocoding software we use doesn't think intuitively and since people are going crazy having to look up thousands of intersections I was wondering if there was some software out there that would work, or possibly software that would look up the names of places such as Walmart on Westheimer, Houston, TX..?
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