SEATTLE, WA - December 2, 2008 - Satori Software, Inc. today announced that the company has been selected by the U.S. Senate Sergeant at Arms to provide an address validation and mailing software solution made up of its MailRoom ToolKit and Bulk Mailer software. Furthermore Satori Software Professional Services has been contracted to implement the integrated solution, provide necessary customization and maintenance for up to five years.
In order to be awarded the contract, vendors were required to provide a proposal to deliver a commercially available mailing name and address validation software, including installation, configuration and customization to meet Senate requirements. The new solution would need to identify and remove invalid addresses from lists, provide accurate ZIP coding information, sort the list to achieve postal discounts and output the list to the high-speed ink-jet and other printers used in the Senate.
Using MailRoom ToolKit and Bulk Mailer software, the Satori Software integrated solution replaces a legacy mainframe system and allows the Senate to maximize USPS postage discounts on the various mailings sent to constituents. Senators use a variety of mailing lists, including lists obtained from voter registration records, Department of Motor Vehicle records, constituent petitions and other sources of names and addresses. Senate staff use the Satori Software solution to sanitize, validate, update, and sort these lists to ensure maximum USPS mailing discounts and minimal undeliverable-as-addressed mailings. In addition, the new solution prints directly to high-speed inkjet printers and label printers. Satori Software Professional Services has also implemented an interface to facilitate data exchange with existing systems.
"We are pleased to have been selected by the U.S. Senate to provide address verification and mailing preparation software for the offices of its members," said Hugh Rogovy, President of Satori Software. "I believe they will find Bulk Mailer refreshingly easy-to-use, yet powerful enough to handle their demanding communication needs."
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