Boston, MA (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- Feature Options for Senders of Large Files Continue to Expand
Since its inception, custom large volume email services have tended to cater primarily to the business sector of the online community as a whole. However, recent developments in the industry are ushering in new changes that translate directly into increasing service options, some of which have caught the eye of an growing number of private individuals.
At a recent business gathering in Las Vegas, Nevada, Mr. Kozin, president and CEO of Pixel Transitions and a recognized industry analyst was able to shine some light on a few of the new services that EmailLargeFile.com web service has added to its repertoire. "We have been experiencing a very noticeable spike in activity, not only from business clients but from a growing number of private individuals as well".
"Improvements in service options that we are now offering pretty much cover the entire board, from new personal security and password protection, increased file size to 150 Mb, as well as delivery confirmation, just to name a few of them". "Also it is important to bear in mind that we were able to implement all our new upgrades while still offering our service for free".
Surprisingly, the EmailLargeFile service also offers other notable features not even seen among the paid competition. There's a new reporting feature that functions by tracking individual file downloads as well. With this feature email customers will be able to pinpoint the geographical and business location of the recipient of the email attachment that was downloaded. That opens an entirely new level of file tracking and proof of delivery. Another feature that is being offered and is becoming very popular with private individuals, is anonymous emailing capability. This is a service option that allows people to send messages and images by email that effectively have no return address or name attached to them - the ultimate in file attachment privacy.
Due to the rate if intense competition in this business genre the race is on to develop and implement even newer and more improved service options to offer those who use high volume file delivery services. However, at the present time it would appear that EmailLargeFile.com web service is positioned well in the industry race as a whole and is well able to stand up to its competitors.
Pixel Transitions recently announced that they have completed all developmental work on a system that will allow for multiple downloads tracking. This new feature option is scheduled to be available in January 2009.
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