MailerMailer's rigorous customer screening process will continue to incorporate some of FilterPoint's technology to ensure that only legitimate senders use our email newsletter service.
Rockville, MD (PRWEB) July 20, 2009
FilterPoint, a spam filtering service started by Khera Communications, Inc. (KCI) founders, brothers Raj and Vivek Khera, and other investors, was acquired by InfoStructures, Inc., a technology solution provider to federal and commercial clients. FilterPoint will become part of InfoStructures' managed services offerings for its client base.
InfoStructures will be enhancing the FilterPoint service under the new moniker, InfoStructures FilterPoint services, to include additional capabilities such as disaster recovery and email archiving services. "InfoStructures' solutions integrate best-of-breed vendors and technologies together to improve client worksplaces and enhance client experience. We plan to build on FilterPoint's success and enhance our ability to offer clients a multitude of managed services, said InfoStructures CEO Guy Wassertzug. "This acquisition builds on our core strength of providing cost-effective, scalable, and manageable solutions to our growing client base."
KCI, a holding company that develops and spins out web-based services and portals including MailerMailer, MoreBusiness.com, and GovCon, originally developed FilterPoint's simple user interface and dashboard. This intuitive design is a hallmark of other Khera Communications' products, such as permission-based email newsletter service MailerMailer, which does intensive usability testing as part of its product development process. Raj Khera, also CEO of MailerMailer, comments that "MailerMailer's rigorous customer screening process will continue to incorporate some of FilterPoint's technology to ensure that only legitimate senders use our email newsletter service."
About Khera Communications, Inc.
Founded in 1994, Khera Communications' technology businesses boast several strong brands serving thousands of customers around the world. Current ventures include world-class email marketing service, MailerMailer; discussion group service provider, DiscussThis; and small business resource centers, MoreBusiness.com and BizThreads.net. Past successes include federal government contracting portal, GovCon, and small business intranet tool, Intranet Desktop.
About InfoStructures, Inc.
Since 1988. InfoStructures has been commanding technology to improve the working lives of others. InfoStructures provides enterprise integration, support, software development and other IT consulting services and solutions to federal clients such as the Department of Defense and Smithsonian Institution, and to commercial clients in the areas of health care, finance/banking, construction, and general corporate concerns.