Operations Director at Profusion
29 March 2005 17:08pm
Silverpop (www.silverpop.com) also offer a white label solution for agencies.
Digital and Email Marketing Consultant at Plan to Engage
24 January 2006 18:50pm
I know this is a couple of months late! - but I've only just registered with e-consultancy. Ezemail (www.ezemail.com) is a UK based email and SMS marketing solution which has a white label solution.
CEO at Econsultancy
24 January 2006 19:13pm
More than a couple of months late - the original post was in March 2003!
However, the latest version of Email Marketing Buyer's Guide 2005 is due for update this year so it is good to know who is out there.
21 November 2007 19:51pm
Ya you forgot mobileStorm! www.mobilestorm.com. These guys are the next level of an email service provider. They provide a complete digital marketing platform for email, text messaging, voice and fax broadcast as well as RSS and blogs. They just raised a round of funding so I am sure you will start to hear more about them
22 November 2007 07:42am
Ezemail (http://www.ezemail.com) also should be included. It offers a whitelabel solution as well as SMS marketing. It has offices in Australia and the UK.
22 November 2007 07:45am
Ooops! Looks like I'm at it again! By the way Ashley, how do you choose which vendors to list in your email-marketing-buyers-guide?
Deliverability & Compliance Manager at Pure360
22 November 2007 08:23am
Don't forget Pure360. This offers a full whitelable solution and full collateral branding, enabling the agency to market it is as their own and many do. Apparently they have 8 of the top 20 digital agencies in the UK. Bearing in mind many will have built their own email distribution software, that's quite a big number.
Commercial Director at Pure360
22 November 2007 08:44am
SHOCKED you didn't list Pure360, we have over 150 agencies using our system white labeled and there is a dirty great sponsored link to the right of this post!!!!
On 18:15:51 7 March 2003 Ashley wrote:
>I'm compiling a list of the major providers of e-mail
>platforms i.e. systems that clients (or agencies) can use
>on a white label basis to manage in and outbound e-mail
>marketing, newsletters and so on. SMS / CRM / analytics
>type capabilties also interesting...
>Here's what I've got so far, in no particular order:
>iMailer - http://www.emailtools.co.uk
>Digital Impact - http://www.digitalimpact.com
>EmailVision - http://www.emailvision.com
>Xpedite - http://www.xpedite.com
>Email Reaction - http://www.emailreaction.com
>Responsys - http://www.responsys.com
>eCircle - http://www.ecircle-uk.com
>Emailbureau - http://www.emailbureau.co.uk
>Frontwire - http://www.frontwire.com
>Cheetah Mail - http://www.cheetahmail.com
>Bluestreak - http://www.bluestreak.com
>****Update 21 March******
>Here are others that have come up in replies:
>Buongiorno - http://www.buongiorno.com/uk/
>Lyris List Manager - www.lyris.com (service provide by
>mailermailer - http://www.mailermailer.com
>EmailLabs - http://www.emaillabs.com
>GotMarketing - http://www.gotmarketing.com
>Brontomail - http://www.Brontomail.com
>DARTMail (from Doubleclick) - http://www2.doubleclick.com/-
>Experian ContactMail - http://www.experiancontactmail.com/
>Any others still missing?
CEO at Sensorpro.net
22 November 2007 10:19am
Your own buyers guide indicates whether the platform can be whitelabeled? I thought it did. Several on your list are not whitelabel capable in the true sense ie branded with the agencies look and feel so that should be more transparent. I think you may mean that agencies use some of these platforms in a full service model where the client does not see any part of the platform except for the newsletter and analytics. Please add Spinnakerpro to your list (Whitelabel list available offline)
22 November 2007 11:21am
Strange how a post from March 2003 (nearly 5 years ago now!) suddenly comes back to life with a flurry of replies... Wonder whether we've had a link from somewhere or suddenly shot up the search rankings?
In terms of our latest 'list' it is essentially those that are in our "E-mail Marketing Buyers Guide" which has 27 companies in it, including most of those (like Pure, SpinakerPro) who are complaining in this thread that they are not included - don't worry, you are.
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