Satori Software today announced that through a new agreement with SAP AG
SEATTLE, WA — December 1, 2011 — Satori Software today announced that through a new agreement with SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) it is the preferred OEM partner reselling SAP® BusinessObjects® Postalsoft software, which includes SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft Desktop Mailer, SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft Business Edition and SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft Presort solutions.
Satori Software will sell the SAP® BusinessObjects® Postalsoft software in addition to its existing production mailing solution, MailRoom ToolKit® Architect, and its No. 1 selling desktop application, Bulk Mailer®. Like all Satori Software® customers, users of SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft will enjoy direct support via their medium of choice — telephone, fax or email. Under this OEM partnership with SAP, Satori Software will be positioned to provide future mailing technology as the needs of the industry grow and evolve.
"By signing this agreement, SAP is confident Satori Software will strive to deliver the exceptional service and expertise our customers have grown to expect and demand," said Kevin Gilroy, senior vice president, Ecosystems and Channels, SAP America, Inc. "As a valued reseller, Satori Software will provide high-quality service combined with industry-leading mailing preparation solutions to the SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft user community."
"Having many years of experience with SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft products, I am excited to re-engage with past and present customers through this partnership with SAP," said Corey Smith, vice president, Production Mail Solutions, Satori Software. "We are committed to delivering a superior and positive user experience with all the mailing solutions we support. It’s a top priority, and users of SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft will reap the benefits of direct access to our technical support and new services when needed."
To purchase SAP BusinessObjects Postalsoft or to learn more about Satori support options, call 1 800 553 6477 or visit www.satorisoftware.com.
About Satori Software Inc.
Satori Software, a Neopost Data Quality Solutions company, delivers industry-leading contact data quality and mailing preparation solutions. Its API-based solutions integrate point-of-entry address validation, batch cleansing and automated mailing preparation into existing processes. Customers include leaders in healthcare, financial services, education, direct marketing, fundraising and U.S. federal and state agencies. Founded in 1982, Satori Software is headquartered in Seattle, Washington and London, United Kingdom. For information, call 1-800-553-6477 or visit www.satorisoftware.com.
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