Brick Street Software

Brick Street Software

Brick Street Software specializes in on-premise and SaaS marketing messaging solutions for enterprises and agency partners. They produce CONNECT, a cloud-based multichannel marketing platform, which is used by the financial services, telecommunications and government sectors.

Brick Street Software began in 2008, is a privately held company, and is headquartered in Salem, New Hampshire.

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