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Sigstr helps marketers push content and campaigns to employee email signatures, driving brand consistency and real marketing results.
Simple management for employee email signatures. Ensure a consistently branded Email Signature for employees and unlock a powerful marketing channel via Sigstr Campaign banners.
If you’ve looked at our Job Board lately, you’ve likely noticed the increase of customer success roles in Indiana tech companies. You likely have customer success managers who represent your company, regardless of the position or title they might possess. Think about every software-as-a-service application you or your company purchased in the last few months.
After graduating in 2010 from Butler University, Abby Dorsett —originally a Terre Haute native ― left Indianapolis to start her career in Chicago, Illinois. Flourishing in jobs at Groupon, Locallife, and LinkedIn, Abby loved the Windy City, but she always knew that she would come back to Indianapolis one day. “Ultimately, I knew I would
Basketball team the Indiana Pacers put a clickable banner in employees’ email signature lines, a strategy that helped convince supermarket chain Kroger to renew its opening night support by providing concrete results that underscored the value of its sponsorship. While email is most commonly utilized for providing information, sending promotional offers or conducting transactions, it
Sigstr, a cloud platform for employee email personalization, announced today the launch of its new Account-Based Marketing (ABM) functionality. For the first time, marketers can tap into employee emails to deliver 1:1 targeted content to specific accounts, industries and regions. Using Sigstr Campaigns, the new ABM functionality allows customers to assign an email signature campaign to
Bryan Wade, the new CEO of Indianapolis-based startup Sigstr, says e-mail is the next great marketing frontier. This insight comes after having spent more than a decade as a digital marketer, including a stint serving as the chief product officer for Salesforce Marketing Cloud just before taking the reins at Sigstr. The average business, he
A former Salesforce.com executive is assuming the top job at Sigstr Inc., the Indianapolis-based email-marketing company announced Tuesday. Bryan Wade, who spent more than a decade at ExactTarget and Salesforce in Indianapolis, is set to become CEO of Sigstr on April 10. His last day at Salesforce was Feb. 28. Sigstr co-founder and CEO Dan
A massive outage of the popular Amazon Web Services on Tuesday caused business disruptions for several Indianapolis firms that buy and sell software—and it prompted at least one local school to cancel online classes. AWS, a goliath Amazon-run platform in the cloud-services industry, hosts data and applications used by companies, not-for-profits and other institutions the world over.
Indianapolis email signature marketing firm Sigstr came on the scene in 2015 with a clever idea. Its software allows a company to append a clickable call-to-action at the end of an employees’ email signature, promoting company initiatives such as an upcoming event, new digital resource or service offering. Given that each employee sends roughly 10,000 emails
The software-as-a-service market is currently worth a whopping $4.7 billion, according to Gartner, with no signs of slowing. With SaaS growing as much as 20 percent year over year, new solutions are launched every day. So, how can your small business capitalize on software innovations to make more money in 2017? Below are 10 SaaS
Dave Duke, Vice President of Customer Success for Sigstr, is thankful for his family, for his career in tech, and to be a part of the tech community in Indianapolis — especially since it all could have turned out very differently. From 2002-2004 as a recent Indiana University graduate with a degree in sports marketing,
Indianapolis-based email signature marketing company Sigstr is capitalizing on the amount of emails employees send – roughly 1 million by every 100 employees – to create a unique employee engagement opportunity. The company has launched its new Dynamic Campaigns product that offers an internal communication channel with the click of every “compose” button. Think about the
When I first wrote about Sigstr in August I was gobsmacked by its simplified genius. Sigstr is a centralized software-as-a-service platform that helps marketers push content and campaigns to employee email signatures, driving brand consistency and real marketing results with analytics. Why has it taken so long for someone to come up with this idea?