Rainmaker Technologies Introduces WhoSent.It – Caller-ID For Your Inbox
WhoSent.It Takes On The Competition With Its ‘Any Inbox, Any Device’ Approach
Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 23, 2011
Rainmaker Technologies, a company known for connecting actionable social profiles to contacts, email and CRMs, today announced the launch of WhoSent.It, a new product designed to deliver insights with every email, no matter what email inbox is used. With no software to install, WhoSent.It provides businesses with a cloud-based solution that can be deployed via email across an organization to analyze email sender information for company email distribution lists such as email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. WhoSent.It extracts information about the sender from social networks, such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, as well as enterprise CRMs.
The majority of interaction today is conducted via email and employees find themselves spending a large portion of their workday reading and organizing emails from various contacts, without the ability to quickly comprehend every email sender’s background or previous interaction with the organization. WhoSent.It technology compiles information affiliated with the email sender by aggregating data from social networks and CRM applications. This intelligence is then delivered in an easy-to-digest format and can be viewed in the body of the email, as an attached PDF, or as an additional email.
Unlike competitors Xobni, Rapportive and Gist, which only work with a limited set of devices and inboxes, WhoSent.It is highly flexible and works on any device, email client or email platform. WhoSent.It can be completely customized to fit the needs of every employee, using an extensible Gadget architecture. WhoSent.It deploys via email so employees can start using WhoSent.It without installing any additional AddIns, PlugIns or Apps.
“Whereas the telephone was yesterday’s primary method of communication, email is the standard today. WhoSent.It provides the inbox with a “ËœCaller-ID’ like functionality to let end-users know who the sender is and how they have interacted with your organization before,” said Bart Lorang, CEO of Rainmaker Technologies. “We designed WhoSent.It to add insight and social intelligence to your email by providing a customized social inbox experience.”
WhoSent.It will be demonstrated to the public at Launch 1.0 in the Launch Pad-Table #15, on Feb 23, 2011, to be held at the Concourse Exhibition Center & Trade Show Facility in San Francisco, CA.
Pricing starts at $19.00 per month for 250 inbound email credits. For your free 14 day trial visit: http://WhoSent.It.
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About Rainmaker Technologies:
Rainmaker Technologies generates actionable social profiles that connect to contacts, email and CRMs. Rainmaker’s first product launched in September, 2010 and is used by tens of thousands of users spanning thousands of organizations worldwide to keep Google Contacts in sync with Social Networks. For more information, visit http://rainmaker.cc or http://WhoSent.It.
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