G2’s Spring Report 2021 awarded BrandQuantum seven badges for its BrandMail email branding software solution. The badges, which include High Performer; Best Support; Easiest to Use; Easiest to Do Business With; Easiest Admin; Best Meets Requirements and Users Love Us, demonstrates BrandMail’s ease of use and quality support that the company strives to provide to its users and customers.
According to Paula Sartini, founder and CEO at BrandQuantum, “BrandQuantum was established to help companies overcome their brand consistency challenges with software solutions that are easy-to-use. We are thrilled to have been recognised for our easy-to-use BrandMail software that helps so many of our customers to deliver consistent brand experiences in every email.”
G2 is a definitive leader in software review and aims to help companies make informed technology purchasing decisions that will help them overcome key business challenges.
“For technology to make a difference, we believe that it has to be easy-to-use if it is to solve a business problem otherwise it adds to the complexity of the environment and eventually falls to the wayside,” adds Sartini.
BrandMail is an email branding solution that helps companies to deliver consistently branded emails across email platforms. The solution has been developed with security at the core with tamper-proof email signatures that give recipients peace of mind that emails are authentic while the BrandMe page is a digital business card that can be used for added verification and provides additional branding opportunities for businesses. As BrandMail seamlessly integrates with Outlook, there is no need for emails to be rerouted to apply email signatures, banners or surveys and polls; rather everything appears on the email during the drafting process as the recipient will see it.
“We are delighted that BrandMail has been recognised by our customers as an easy-to-use software tool that exceeds their needs. We are committed to continue our BrandSuite development work and assist our customers to create brand consistency, not only for email communications, but across all their customer touchpoints.” concludes Sartini.