Lorton Data

A-Qua Command

Lorton Data has announced the release of A-Qua Command, a fully automated, cloud-based, enterprise mailing software alternative that integrates directly into mailers' workflows. Just two years after launching the first complete cloud-based pre-mail processing service, A-Qua Mailerâ„¢, Lorton Data adds another powerful solution with A-Qua Command.

In comparison to A-Qua Mailer, where a browser is used to access services,

A-Qua Command provides a Windows command line interface for users to configure templates and scripts that automate repetitive or similar address quality and mail list processing jobs. No mailing software is needed.

Services such as ZIP + 4, NCOALink processing, Duplicate Elimination, Postal Presort, DSF2, Intelligent Mail barcodes, Printer File Output, and more are accessed in the cloud, saving thousands of dollars per year when compared to costs associated with using on-premise mailing software. Cloud computing eliminates upgrade fees, costs for dedicated computer equipment, and dramatically reduces the expenses associated with keeping on-premise software up-to-date. Since all pre-mailing services are available with A-Qua Command, no add-ons are needed.

"A-Qua Command is suited for enterprise-level users, who typically buy very expensive mailing software to automate their jobs," states Josh Evans, VP, Product Development at Lorton Data. "Now, they can seamlessly incorporate this solution into their current workflow at a much lower cost, and also take advantage of everything that cloud computing has to offer."

All processing services are automated and enabled by A-Qua, Lorton Data's proprietary data management platform, making turnaround fast and results accurate. USPS pre-mailing processes are certified and provide the maximum savings and postal discounts available.

In conjunction with the release of A-Qua Command, Lorton Data is announcing another industry first, usage based pricing. On-premise enterprise software is costly and fixed.

A-Qua Command allows users to pay only for what they use.

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