6/18/01 (WhatTheyThink.com) Collabria has decided to wind down due to lack of funding according to sources familiar with the company’s situation. Co-Founders, Robert Hu and Alan Hu have left the company and were not available for comment. Both spoke with WhatTheyThink.com two weeks ago and expressed optimism about going forward with major announcements in the coming weeks. Robert Hu had stated the company anticipated a clarification about their relationship with Printable that would help both companies succeed in their respective niches.
Joe Reed today told WhatTheyThink.com that many items are being worked out and more details will be available soon.
WhatTheyThink.com was able to obtain a letter sent to customers earlier today.
The Management at Collabria regrets to inform you that Collabria will suspend operations and turn off its servers on Friday, 22 June 2001 at 11:00 PM, Pacific Standard Time.
Should you need assistance in backing up order history information from the Collabria ASP servers, please email [email protected]
prior to 12:00 noon PST, Thursday, June 21, 2001. We will make every effort to ensure that the termination of our services to you is executed with utmost consideration for each of your business needs.
We appreciate the support of all of our customers and apologize for the inconvenience this causes each of you.
We will maintain a single contact number for all services and questions for the remainder of this week. That number is 650-522-3229, which will be manned by our Vice President of Services, Joe Reed.
Again, thank you for your business and we regret that we will no longer be able to serve your software needs for the print supply-chain.
The Management Team at Collabria, Inc.