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OUTREACH|IT E-Marketing: FETCH|IT and OUTREACH|IT
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Unit Price:   USD 384.32 
Total:   USD 384.32
 Info plus 0% sales tax/VAT to USD 384.32: USD 0.00
USD 384.32
Delivery:   License key by e-mail
Language:   English, German
General requirements:   ACT! 2009 or higher
 
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Stay in touch with your potential and existing customers by sending regular personal emails. Easy, automated and direct from your Act! Sending personalized email newsletters is one of the most effective form of direct marketing. By doing so, you remain in the memory of your customers and keep your database up to date at the same time – quickly, easily and inexpensively. However Act! already integrated email connector is quickly reaching its limits when it is about sending e-mails to large groups of customers and utilizing recipient rejected emails. Details

 

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A special advantage of OUTREACH is the advanced planning possibility. That way, you can decide and determine in detail when, by whom, to whom and with which content your emails should be sent. This allows a more targeted customer approach and offers better timing for potential post-editing processes. OUTREACH features a newsletter-workflow. You can define the time intervals your emails should be sent to the contacts in a group which are based on different templates. The contacts can then be moved automatically to other groups. Another highlight is the automatic creation of histories as well as the planning of activities after the emails have been sent. If a contact is added to a group for which a corresponding workflow is defined, it will be activated automatically - without requiring your time. Sending emails to large groups commonly results in a dispatching server overload. OUTREACH bypasses this problem by transmitting the data in smaller packages.