Since the launch of Spanning Sync v1.0 two weeks ago, we've been thrilled not only by the positive reviews from industry publications and blogs but also by the sheer number of new customers who have purchased Spanning Sync licenses.
Writing for ZDNet, Marc Orchant has this to say about Spanning Sync:
It's easy to set up, fast to sync, and has been trouble-free since the day I began using it. With the official release, Spanning Sync has announced their pricing model—$25 gets you a one-year subscription to the service and $65 gets you a permanent license. I like the options and consider either to be well worth the investment for the trouble-free way the utility helps me keep everything organized.Marc's opinions are echoed by Dave Rosenberg his review for InfoWorld:
In my initial posting on Google Apps Premier I noted that sync was the one thing that it lacked for real enterprise adoption. The fine fellows at Spanning Sync solved the problem (at least on the Mac for $25/year) and I can now say that Google Apps will likely be our corporate email and calendaring within the next few weeks.We've been very pleased with reviews from around the blogosphere as well. To read the 50 most recent featured reviews of Spanning Sync, visit our Reviews Page.
But to us the most meaningful feedback has been from our customers, who in buying Spanning Sync licenses have not only endorsed our work but also made an investment in our continued success. So to all of our new customers, thank you.
The launch process has again reminded us that our users have high expectations—and that's just the way we like it. After all, if we wanted to sell software to people who don't really care, we'd be writing Windows apps. So thanks for the feedback—all of it—and stay tuned. Even better things await.