Compusoft and 2020 complete merger

Compusoft and 2020 have united in a merger to create one company dedicated to powering the sales of customers who create spaces for life

in September 2020, Compusoft Group acquired Soft Tech, a company providing premium software solutions for the window and door industry, and in October 2021 2020 acquired FeneTech, a  software provider for the glass fabrication and window & door manufacturing industries. The two parent companies, Compusoft and 2020 Technologies, then finalized a merger in December. The combined group will specialise in providing solutions for the visualisation, configuration, pricing, quoting and manufacturing of products in highly configured spaces.

The merger brings together a collective with over 65 years of industry expertise in technical development. A shared passion for innovation will drive the enlarged team to bring the most exciting solutions of tomorrow to customers even faster.

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 will benefit from industry specialised technology and seamless content exchange that enhances daily working lives.

“We are excited about the possibilities this combination will give our customers,” said David Tombre, CEO of Compusoft. “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 maximise the potential of our products to meet our customers’ needs.”

Mark Stoever, CEO of 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 and D, sales, content and support, united to better serve our customers. We look forward to what the future holds.”