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CakeMail Releases New Client-Side User Interface

By September 27, 2011 No Comments

Leading Email Marketing Provider Announces Availability of CakeMail 3.1

Montreal, Canada -– CakeMail today announced the release of a new version of their leading white label email marketing platform. Designed for use in a variety of customer verticals that include web hosting, interactive agencies and small-to- medium email service providers, the launch of CakeMail 3.1 introduces significant improvements in user experience, better client-side workflow and a host of extra features that make it easier to work with other popular web applications.

“Our focus this quarter was on making substantial improvements to our core product. This release adds some excellent new features, but more importantly, makes our end- user experience much more pleasant, intuitive, and efficient,” says Steve Smith, CakeMail VP of Sales. “CakeMail 3.1 is designed to make both our customers and their email marketing clients happier and more productive than ever before.”

This new version of CakeMail includes product updates focused primarily on improving the overall user experience of marketers and end-users. In addition, updated data reporting tools include an all-new dashboard view, and the introduction of new engagement reporting data qualifying contact lists not just by quantity of subscribers but by the quality of the relationship a brand has with subscribers. “By providing engagement data in CakeMail, we’re giving marketers new insight into how good the brand-subscriber relationship really is,” says Smith.

CakeMail 3.1 is available today. Sign up for a free trial account at

About CakeMail

CakeMail provides an open-architecture, multilingual, white label email marketing platform that supports hosting companies, agencies, designers and software developers worldwide. Founded in 2007, the Montréal-based company helps customers around the globe deliver marketing messages in more than a dozen languages. To learn more, visit

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