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CMA Silverstone launches new email platform

30 May 2012

CMA Silverstone are very pleased to announce the launch of their brand-new, next generation e-mail platform.

In a new partnership with one of the world’s leading e-mail solution providers, CMA Silverstone will be bringing a new e-mail platform on-line during the coming month. This move is very much part of the company's drive to offer the best possible marketing solutions to its clients, and will dramatically increase, not only the functionality that it can offer, but also the success rates of their clients’ e-mail campaigns.

The new facility offers clients complete control of their e-mails and data lists, so they can create, send and monitor e-mails from any computer, at any time. Once the initial templates are created, it is simple a matter of dropping in the desired copy and images via a very user-friendly interface. CMA will provide any training that you feel your staff require, as well as continuous support, both technical as well as guidance on how to improve your e-mail success rates.

Unlike other systems however, the main aim of the facility is not just to enable you to send templated e-mails to your data lists, but rather to ensure the greatest possible success for each e-mail campaign. A number of key features are included in the set up to ensure each campaign maximises the two key aspects of e-mail marketing: Open Rates and Conversion Rates.

On average, users of the system have seen a minimum increase in open rates of 10%. As a result, some clients have managed to increase their sales by 150% simply through using this system and its features.

CMA Silverstone are currently offering a 20% discount on the set-up fee for fellow MIA Members.
View the available packages here.

For further information, please contact Pim van Baarsen on 01327 856 121
or pim.vanbaarsen@cma-silverstone.com

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