The Inspire Foundation opts for Email Intelligence system by Dmaxepaper.com
As part of its effort to improve its online communications and PR, the Inspire Foundation has recently opted for Dmaxepaper.com, the intelligent email marketing platform. This software was offered to the Inspire Foundation at a significantly reduced rate, as part of the company’s active corporate social responsibility.
Inspire helps individuals with various disabilities such as Down syndrome, Autism, and Cerebral Palsy amongst others. The foundation offers services and disability programmes at a highly subsidised rate or sometimes even free.
Alison Bezzina, the manager responsible for marketing and PR at Inspire, said that Dmaxepaper.com will prove useful to help strengthen the foundation’s communication with its contacts, the general public, staff and stakeholders, particularly via email and Social Media. “We’ve tested other systems like Mail Chimp for instance, yet we felt that Dmaxepaper.com offered improved delivery rates, smarter features and above all, training and support in Malta.”
“We see the use of email intelligence platform like Dmaxepaper.com as a step in the right direction for Inspire, as part of our broader communications strategy. This system delivers and that’s what we’re after”, said the Inspire CEO, Antonello Gauci.
“As part of its corporate social responsibility, it is an honour for our company to be of service to an NGO which does so much good in our society”, said Ray de Bono, Dmaxepaper.com’s CEO.
The Dmaxepaper.com system is used by various companies and organisations in Malta and overseas, including banks, government agencies, media agencies, eGaming, and IT firms.