Investment solidifies continued support and technology advancement for production mail customers.
Bill Briggs , Senior Editor
SEATTLE, WA — October 2, 2012 — Satori Software today announced that it has acquired the Postalsoft Presort software from SAP America, Inc. Now the exclusive source for the Postalsoft Presort software, Satori Software is positioned to deliver innovative mailing technology as the needs of the industry grow and evolve. Satori Software will continue to provide customers with the full suite of SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft solutions, which includes SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft ACE, DataRight IQ and Match/Consolidate modules.
“This acquisition cements Satori Software as the provider of comprehensive solutions and support to the mailing community,” said Corey Smith, vice president, Production Mail Solutions, Satori Software. “Longtime SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft customers can rest assured that they will continue to enjoy timely updates and direct support via their medium of choice now and into the future.”
Satori Software will provide all support and future development for the Postalsoft Presort software. Customers who have already purchased through Satori Software will experience no change in support and fulfillment of software updates.
“I’m grateful we switched to Satori Software for our Postalsoft products. It’s great to work with a postal-focused organization where it’s much easier to get the information I need to get my job done,” said Andrea Miller, database manager, Thayer Publishing. “It's extremely important to work with a company we trust that also understands our business so we receive the support we need.”
“The mailing industry has been under tremendous stress to meet rapidly changing USPS requirements. This investment illustrates that Satori Software has the resources and the commitment to meet production mailers’ increasingly complex needs for technology and support,” said Dale Garrett, president of Satori Software. “I personally welcome all Postalsoft customers to the Satori Software family.”