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Aimersoft Studio Acquires Daniusoft Studio; Assumes Product Support Obligation
Shenzhen, China, June 21, 2011–Aimersoft Studio, a leading developer of video and audio conversion and editing software today announced it has acquired its competing developer Daniusoft Studio. Effective immediately, Aimersoft Studios assumes sales and marketing responsibilities for legacy Daniusoft Studio software and websites. Additionally, Aimersoft Studios immediately assumes end user product support and customer service for legacy Daniusoft products.
Aimersoft is best known for its lineup of video conversion software including Video Converter Ultimate, DVD Creator, and DVD/Blu-ray Disc ripping tools. Daniusoft also develops and markets similar products, so the acquisition allows Aimersoft to grow their product portfolio and gain market share.
Customers who have purchased Daniusoft Studio software will continue to receive technical support and customer service from Aimersoft Studio. Users needing technical support or customer service should visit http://support.aimersoft.com.
About Aimersoft Studio:
Aimersoft Studio, founded in 2007 and based in Shenzhen China, is dedicated to developing powerful and user-friendly video and audio software utilities. With a highly talented R & D center, rigorous quality testing process and superior customer service, Aimersoft studio provides consumers with high quality software at reasonable prices. For more information, please visit www.aimersoft.com.
Alice Chen, Corporate Communications
Aimersoft Software Co., Ltd.
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