Hamburg, Deutschland (PressExposure) April 27, 2012 -- Since the 1990s, electronic mail has replaced snail mail and the fax to become the standard in the business world, and although social media platforms are edging in on online instant messaging, email still holds consistent on that court and is now the most common form of electronic communication worldwide.
188 billion emails (excluding spam) are sent daily, the majority of them from businesses. An average business user receiving 35 email messages per day (increasing 10% per year) spends 3.5 hours reading and responding to email.
These facts mean that email signatures deserve significant attention.
Crossware Mail Signature is a server-based application for IBM Lotus Notes® that automatically adds your correctly branded, legally compliant, personalised and attractive signatures to all company emails. These signatures may include legal disclaimers, logos, graphics and advertising banners - which can be randomised or specific to certain recipients. Crossware Mail Signature can take care of your compliance needs by including appropriate disclaimers and legislative disclosure requirements on all emails as they pass through your servers. With Crossware Mail Signature there's no more setting up or ongoing management of individual signatures on users' workstations, as well as no design changes to your Domino Directory or email template.
Crossware Mail Signature lets you centrally manage the design and usage of your signature block - using the signature configuration database. Personalised information like job title, phone number(s) and department can be pulled directly from your Domino Directory or other Notes databases.
"With Mail Signature we are able to expand our product portfolio with another important solution. It gives our customers the ability to implement state of the art" email signatures straightaway. Above all, Crossware is a major player in the game of email branding and we are delighted to make this partnership" says Stefan Sucker (CEO, We4IT Group).
Stay in front of your competitors, and choose an advertising medium that they are not using ... your email.