Guest Post: 6 Reasons Why Mailjet-Azure Integration Catches IT’s Eye
- Posted: Nov 10, 2015 at 8:00AM
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The following is a guest post from Michyl Culos, Channel Marketing Manager at Mailjet. Founded in France in 2010, Mailjet is a market leader for email infrastructure and deliverability and serves more than 32,000 customers globally with support in six languages.
More than 57% of Fortune 500 companies rely on Azure. With end users like these, choosing the partners who integrate into the Azure platform is serious business. So what is it that Mailjet can offer to enterprises that is so valuable that Microsoft directly integrated it into the Azure Marketplace as an App Service? Here are the 6 key highlights:
Mailjet was built entirely using its own API. This makes it fast, intuitive, and powerful. This factor lets enterprises leave the complexity and cost of setting up email infrastructure and deliverability to Mailjet, so that they can focus on the core of their business.
With Mailjet, IT teams and marketers have in-depth tracking available from the moment emails are sent, letting them analyze and measure email engagement in real-time. Not to mention that enterprises have access to their dashboard KPIs (via API or UI) directly from within Azure.
Mailjet's cutting edge algorithm continuously monitors and protects sender reputation. In addition, Mailjet has anti-spam recognition from the best in the world. This means that emails sent with Mailjet use only top quality IP addresses that get enterprise emails landing in the inbox, not the spam box.
Via Mailjet's Parse API (which processes inbound emails), enterprises can now automatically update their CRM platforms with new customer information obtained via email. For example, enterprises are able to automatically file away customer replies into an existing conversation thread in their CRM platform or any other SaaS application.
Headquartered in France, Mailjet knows what it takes to build trusted relationships with not only European Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in their local language but also ISPs abroad. With offices in France, London, Berlin, Sofia, New York, Toronto and Vietnam, Mailjet has your deliverability covered across the globe. In addition, if data privacy or the recent overturning of the Safe Harbor agreement is a concern for your company, Mailjet complies with the strictest of data privacy regulations in Europe, North America and abroad.
A key advantage of Mailjet is the ability for both IT and marketing teams to use the software in the way that suits them. For IT teams, this means one account and one fully documented RESTful API with wrappers in several languages (cURL, PHP, Node, Ruby, Python, and more coming!). For marketers, this means the ability to create impactful, responsive email campaigns, A/X testing, segmentation and more. Not to mention that the Mailjet subscription fee is directly added to your Microsoft Azure bill. One bill for one happy accounting team.
For more information about Mailjet on Azure, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Azure users have access to heavily discounted pricing plans starting at free and going up to 2.5 million+ monthly emails as well as Enterprise Plans for beyond.