Compusoft and 2020 complete merger 
December 2, 2021 | 10:29 am CST
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LAVAL, Quebec - Compusoft and 2020, two software providers for suppliers to the residential and commercial industries, have merged to create one company dedicated to powering the sales of customers who create spaces for life.

The combined group will specialize in providing solutions for the visualization, configuration, pricing, quoting, and manufacturing of products in highly configured spaces. 

Compusoft provides visual CPQ solutions that it says simplify planning, configuration, and visualization to power sales for the kitchen, bathroom, furniture, and window & door industries. 2020 helps professional designers, retailers, and manufacturers in the interior design and furniture industries capture ideas, inspire innovation and streamline processes.

Together, the group will provide end-to-end solutions that power sales across the value chain in the kitchen, bathroom, furniture, and window and door industries. From customer inspiration through to design and production, businesses involved in creating residential and commercial spaces for life will benefit from industry specialised technology and seamless content exchange that enhances daily working lives. 

The merger, first reported in July, would give the companies a global footprint with a significantly expanded scale complemented by local expertise will enable the group to better serve customers in more countries than ever before. The combined group will have cross-functional teams based across Europe, North America, South America, Africa, and the Asia Pacific. 

Customers will also benefit from an expanded network of world-class support and access to an unparalleled content platform that will be further enriched. These two core differentiators are central to the future of the new company and will be enhanced by sharing experts and knowledge across the entire group.

In addition, the merger brings together a collective of more than 65 years of industry expertise in technical development.

“We are excited about the possibilities this combination will give our customers. There will be an even broader range of solutions backed by an extensive content database to power the sales of our customers. Our combined expertise will also give us the ability to accelerate innovation and maximize the potential of our products to meet our customers’ needs,” said David Tombre, CEO, Compusoft. 

Mark Stoever, CEO, 2020 added, “People are our biggest asset, and this combination brings together some of the brightest minds in software from across the world, particularly in R&D, sales, content, and support, united to better serve our customers. We look forward to what the future holds.”

Further information on the roadmap of the future will be announced to customers in the coming months and customers can contact their account managers should they have any questions.

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