Supporting All Types of Senders


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As we continue our countdown from yesterday of the top reasons you need to start 2012 with SendGrid, I want to focus on the variety of email senders that we support. Luckily, no matter your size or trajectory, we have an affordable solution that grows with you. 

Reason #4: A Solution That Fits All Budgets.

SendGrid is both manageable and affordable for businesses that are just starting out. For organizations in an early growth stage, dedicating valuable resources to email delivery management is expensive in time and money. Our service enables development teams to focus on innovation, rather than infrastructure issues and makes the build vs. buy issue a no-brainer.

Reason #5: Built To Help You Grow.

Our scalable infrastructure supports senders throughout their growth stages. Whether you send 200 emails per month or 10 million, the SendGrid platform provides the flexibility you need to support your operational, sales and marketing plans. We knew that the key to our service was ensuring that you didn’t have to worry about email delivery – ever. And that is just what we created.

Reason #6: The Same Great Service is Available to Your Customers.

If you send email on behalf of your own customers, the SendGrid platform provides an effortless way for you to extend the same great services to your own customer base by white labeling our services. In addition, you can create sub-accounts and provide customers with access to their own dashboard to manage their campaigns.

Here’s to doing it all and helping you grow in 2012! 

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Carly Brantz is a veteran in the email deliverability space working to make email simple and easy for developers by regularly writing whitepapers, research briefs and blog posts about email, technology and industry trends.

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