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DigitalMailer Now Belongs to Doxim Family

By CIOReview | Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Chris Rasmussen, President and CEO, Doxim

Chris Rasmussen, President and CEO, Doxim

FREMONT, CA: Customer engagement solutions provider, Doxim has announced the acquisition of Virginia-based DigitalMailer, a provider of digital communications products for financial institutions. DigitalMailer helps more than 200 credit unions and community banks interact with consumers in their preferred communications channel while driving growth and revenue. “We share the same mission, to help our clients better connect to their customers through digital channels, raising the bar on their customers’ experience. I am sure our clients will be well served going forward,” notes Ron Daly, Founder & CEO, DigitalMailer.

For Doxim, the deal with DigitalMailer further expands its footprint in the financial SaaS solutions sector, taking its consumer base over 16 million users. Moreover, Doxim has announced the incorporation of DigitalMailer’s communications solutions into its own Customer Engagement Platform (CEP). The integration of solutions like Leeflet, adEngine, and ARB+ will allow Doxim to bolster the CEP’s communications capabilities with state-of-the-art technology from DigitalMailer.

Doxim CEP helps financial institutions transform their customer experience, and enhance cross-sell and up-sell activities through digitization. In addition, the omni-channel solution automates many key challenges for customers including client onboarding, business analytics, loan origination, campaign management, campaign management, and more.

“DigitalMailer has a reputation for building products that consistently help its clients improve the quality and relevance of their customer communications,” says Chris Rasmussen, Founder & CEO, Doxim. “These solutions are extremely complementary to our existing Customer Engagement Platform, which is designed to help financial institutions automate customer interactions across all digital channels to compete more effectively in their core markets.”