Mapp Digital Reviews

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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 21, 2013

BlueHornet: A bit simpler, but with amazing customer support!

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5
I wasn't there when they first got it, but when I got there there were only a few people that knew a little bit about it. There was A LOT that we didn't know. Then BlueHornet came and had some workshops and we learned a lot that we didn't even know existed. They were doing a lot of things wrong before BlueHornet came and showed up more about the tool.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

WYSIWYG email editor (1)
7.3
Dynamic content (1)
2.7
Ability to test dynamic content (1)
2.7
A/B testing (1)
4.5
Mobile optimization (1)
3.6
Email deliverability reporting (1)
4.5
List management (1)
4.5
Triggered drip sequences (1)
4.5
Dashboards (1)
7.3
Standard reports (1)
5.5
Custom reports (1)
4.5

About Mapp Digital

Built by marketers for marketers, Mapp is a family of software and customer-centric services including a sophisticated data management platform; tools that optimise email, mobile, app, social and web marketing; and campaign management and strategy consulting. Mapp Digital was created by the combination of BlueHornet and the digital-marketing related applications business purchased from Teradata Corporation in July 2016. Other components include Argyle Social, Epoxy (a mobile push app), and FLXone (a DMP product).

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Mapp Digital Technical Details

Operating Systems: Unspecified
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