The Escapers launch new product - Whoosh

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[] London, United Kingdom - Whoosh from The Escapers is a brand new product which makes sending bulk/batch emails a cinch. Created initially for in-house use at The Escapers and The Mac Sale, Whoosh was designed to eliminate the use of slow, expensive, and badly designed web applications.

Almost all companies at some point will want to email their user base, but the larger a user base becomes, some web bulk mailing services become prohibitively expensive. The Amazon SES (Simple Email Service) service builds on Amazon's long history in providing enterprise-class cloud services with realistic pricing. The Amazon SES service provides a REST service, which until now required a knowledge of HTTP services, and XML.

Whoosh changes all that and allows full access to the SES service via a familiar Mac user interface. Whoosh supports campaigns, so you can manage as many email campaigns as you like. Whoosh can import your tab-delimited files from spreadsheets or databases, and mail-merge details into every mail your customers receive.

Whoosh supports plain text and HTML emails, and takes care of all the encoding hassles for you. Whoosh keeps an eye on your quota, and lets you view stats direct from the Amazon service.

"Web Application" mailing services can be arduous, and a decidedly non-Mac experience. The Escapers created Whoosh for in-house use to save time and money. Now Whoosh is available to anyone for an introductory price of 29.99 (USD).

With a commitment to providing the highest quality software, The Escapers was founded in 2007 by two brothers for the purpose of publishing personal productivity software solutions expressly for the Mac platform, with a major emphasis on total customer satisfaction. Copyright (C) 2007-2011 The Escapers. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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