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Case Studies

Check out our customer stories see to how businesses
are using Opensense for email signature marketing.

 

NARLOGO

National Association of Realtors

PROMOTE NEW BANNERS & CAMPAIGNS

NAR is America's largest trade association, representing 1.3 million members, including NAR's institutes, societies, and councils, involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial....(READ MORE)

EDF Renewables

EDF Renewables

PROTECT YOUR BRAND ON ALL DEVICES

EDF Renewables North America is a market leading independent power producer and service provider with over 30 years of expertise in renewable energy and 16 gigawatts of developed projects...(READ MORE)



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Outreach

INCREASE EVENT TICKET SALES

Outreach, the leading sales engagement platform, dramatically increases sales reps' effectiveness using advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities to automate and prioritize customer touchpoints...(READ MORE)

 

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NetPress

WIN PROSPECTS, GROW EVENTS

NetPress Business Solutions is a marketing, sales and customer service technology solutions provider located in Ottobrun, Germany. NetPress is a HubSpot Platinum Certified Partner and serves a wide range of customers from small businesses to multinationals such as BASF and Dell...(READ MORE)

C3 Metrics

C3 Metrics

GROW DEALS, IMPROVE ENGAGEMENT

C3 Metrics is a technology company providing independent advertising measurement across all traditional and digital advertising channels delivering the greatest impact for the next advertising dollar spent....(READ MORE)

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One Medical Passport 

In the summer of 2019, 1MP launched a new brand and website to improve engagement and sales. The marketing team began to notice inconsistencies in email signatures - unauthorized quotes, emojis and other off-brand elements...(READ MORE)

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Jobot

We had a big remote team of recruiters who send a lot of emails from their phones. We didn’t like them sending emails with broken signatures that said “not found” where an image should be. And we definitely didn’t want them pasting in their own graphics or image..(READ MORE)