Feb 19, 2022 Connected Software is shutting down on Sep 30, 2022. See the announcement.

About Connected Software

Connected Software is a leading provider of software for client-side email and address book migration, including solutions for Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Microsoft Exchange, AOL, and Lotus Notes. We were founded in 1999 and our installed base has grown to more than 350,000 seats in 110 countries.

Connected Software is credited with a long list of innovations in the industry, including being the first to offer migration support for Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, Netscape 4, and AOL email and address books.

Products from Connected Software are recommended by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, the Microsoft Knowledge Base, Data Doctors and eMailman.

Connected Software distributes its products in electronic form via the Internet, resellers, and VARS, and offers free limited trial versions of its software solutions on the Web.

Management Team

William Stasiowski
President and Chief Executive Officer

James E Beveridge
Founder and CTO

The Founder's Story

Mr. Beveridge is a well-known and acknowledged expert in the fields of object-oriented design, Windows development and software architecture. As well as being the creator and principal architect of the Connected Software family of products, he is also a popular speaker at software industry conferences and the author of the widely acclaimed book, Multithreading Applications in Win32.

The creation of the Connected Software family of products came about originally as an address book tool for Microsoft products developed for personal use. After a few other people tried it, it took on a life of its own with more people asking for more and more features. Leveraging in shrinkwrap product development from projects with companies like Intel and Brother, Mr. Beveridge expanded the product line with offerings for the Enterprise and for Internet companies.

In addition to his credentials as a software architect, Mr. Beveridge also has extensive experience in code standards and analysis, quality assurance methodologies, and on-time project management techniques. He holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology.