Fullsteam Acquires Bridal Shop Software Company BridalLive
Fullsteam, a holding company acquiring software and payments businesses, recently acquired BridalLive, a leading provider of software for managing bridal shops. BridalLive is Fullsteam’s first acquisition in the formalwear software market.
BridalLive’s software package provides its customers with all the tools to effectively and efficiently run their business including online appointment booking, point of sale functionality, inventory management and stock control, automated marketing and a centralized dashboard that highlights each day’s schedule and important business tasks. BridalLive also offers seamless integrations to many other popular business applications, allowing owners to automate and streamline processes across their business.
“We’re very pleased to bring BridalLive on board as part of the Fullsteam family,” said CEO Michael A. Lawler. “Their software is second to none in the bridal shop management space, and the company represents everything we’re looking for at Fullsteam.”
Founded by Tom Esposito and his wife, Rachel, BridalLive is based in Atlanta. Today more than 1,000 locations across the United States use BridalLive software to manage their store’s day-to-day business.
As part of the acquisition agreement, Tom Esposito will continue to lead BridalLive’s daily operations. “We’re excited to become part of the Fullsteam family,” Esposito said, “We look forward to continuing our record of excellence and delivering innovative solutions that help brick-and-mortar formalwear businesses thrive well into the future.”
Fullsteam is a leading software and payments company headquartered in Auburn, Alabama. Fullsteam acquires companies and provides them with streamlined payments infrastructure and enhanced operational support in order to increase growth and improve profitability. Fullsteam is actively seeking further acquisitions across multiple software verticals.
BridalLive provides software designed specifically for managing bridal stores and allows store owners more effectively run their businesses. Learn more at www.BridalLive.com.