An established financial services company, Equitem knew the best way to deliver world class service for their clients. But when it came to their email, they were the ones who need a better service. And that’s where SaneBox came in.
Struggling to keep up with the influx of emails
Equitem Financial Services is a leading financial services firm in Australia and has a reputation for their solid financial advice and efficiency in managing their clients. But as their firm grew, they realized managing their email was become a problem.
Wastewater screening powerhouse Headworks International was drowning in a flood of emails. So, they turned to SaneBox for a lifeboat.
Drowning in a flood of emails
Headworks International is an industry leader in cleaning up dirty water. But one thing they couldn’t clean up? Their inboxes.
We are a culture of email senders! The average professional sends about 40 emails each day, and 86 percent say they prefer email over any other means of business communication. Using a dynamic email signature is an easy and effective way to promote your business with each email you send. The most effective email signatures feature clickable content such as calls-to-action, social media buttons and more, like this one:
Florida-based digital marketing and web design agency ATILUS knew they needed a better way to manage their client correspondence. So they turned to SaneBox.
At ATILUS, it’s all about email
At ATILUS, there’s no business tool more important than email. The ATILUS team not only uses email to manage communications, but also as a way to keep up-to-date on tasks, hit deadlines, and ensure projects are moving forward.
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When it comes to email, we all want to be more productive. We want to have more control over the messages we receive, find and respond to important emails more quickly, and maybe (just maybe!) one day finally reach that elusive “inbox zero.”
Let’s be real – we’ve all had those mornings. Those mornings when our alarm goes off, we hit the snooze button five or six times, then run around like a crazy person trying to get dressed and get out the door to make it to work on time.
But it turns out the way you start the day is actually pretty important. The way you spend your mornings sets the tone for the rest of the day; if you start it off with routine and structure, you’ll have a productive day. If you start it off by oversleeping, scrambling to get read, and trying desperately to pour coffee down your throat as you rush out the door… well, you get the picture.
Everywhere you look there’s yet another small to medium business (SMB) adopting Office 365. Microsoft provides every incentive to ease your company into its cloud-based office suite. Instructional videos, phone support, installation guide – your transition to Office 365 will be met with hand-holding all along the way.
But the environment you get isn’t necessarily foolproof. The large part of the cost and time of administration is tied up in common security measures: managing group admission, pruning users, creating security policies and ensuring users have access to network resources. Office 365 moves these tasks to the cloud, but doesn’t necessarily make them easier for users.