MySeniorCenter acquires Senior Space asset from LPi
BOSTON - Dec. 3, 2021 - PRLog -- MySeniorCenter, the leading provider of software to Senior Centers in North America, announced its acquisition of the Senior Space asset from LPi, the leader in print and online communications serving the Catholic Church and other community-based organizations.
For nearly five decades, LPi has helped thousands of faith and community-based entities communicate and engage with their participants. Senior Space was developed to better serve the needs of their Senior Center customers.
"We're thrilled to add Senior Space and its Senior Center customers to the MySeniorCenter Network," said Chris Hamilton, President of MySeniorCenter. "Our company is exclusively focused on delivering the best possible technology to help make the lives of Senior Center staff easier. We can't wait to get started working with the Senior Space customer base."
"This is the perfect partnership for us," said Joe Luedtke, CEO at LPi. "Diversifying from our traditional print product line was the right thing to do for our customers, and our development of Senior Space was the result of understanding the needs of the market. We know MySeniorCenter well and believe that their experience in this market will allow our customers to reap the benefits of their expertise in the years to come."
Serving more than 1400 organizations, MySeniorCenter is the leading provider of software for Senior Centers in North America. Operated by former Senior Center volunteers and personnel, the MySeniorCenter product includes touchscreen-
LPi is a multi-faceted communications company offering customized communication solutions backed by industry-leading customer service throughout the United States. Family owned since 1972, LPi continues to evolve serving their customers' needs through the latest communications offerings: advertiser-supported printed newsletters, state-of-the-