MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Computershare ( http://www.computershare.com/au/Pages/default.aspx) is delighted to announce that it has acquired Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions' 40% stake in Digital Post Australia ( https://digitalpost.com.au/) as of 10 December 2012. The purchase brings Computershare's holding to 80%. Computershare's CEO Stuart Crosby says the company is pleased to be building on its investment: "We've said all along that we're totally committed to the concept of online mailboxes for Australian businesses and consumers, and this shows we're confident in the success of Digital Post Australia ( https://digitalpost.com.au/)." With consumers and companies alike already signing up for digital mailboxes at www.digitalpost.com.au, Digital Post Australia continues to go from strength to strength. A full public launch is planned for early 2013. Digital postal mail offers businesses an efficient and cost effective customer channel that uses existing business processes and partnerships to deliver savings of up to 70% per mail item. US-based digital post provider Zumbox holds the remaining 20% in Digital Post Australia ( https://digitalpost.com.au/). About Computershare Limited (CPU) Computershare (ASX:CPU) is a global market leader in transfer agency and share registration, employee equity plans, proxy solicitation and stakeholder communications. We also specialize in corporate trust, mortgage, bankruptcy, class action, utility and tax voucher administration, and a range of other diversified financial and governance services. Founded in 1978, Computershare is renowned for its expertise in high integrity data management, high volume transaction processing and reconciliations, payments and stakeholder engagement. Many of the world's leading organizations use us to streamline and maximize the value of relationships with their investors, employees, creditors and customers. Computershare is represented in all major financial markets and has over 12,000 employees worldwide.