Dyspatch Product Update – Introducing Workspaces

Today we’re announcing a crucial Dyspatch update that improves your team’s ability to access, share, approve, and publish templates. This release includes two important changes. First, we’ve simplified user roles and permissions for everyone on your team, streamlining your Dyspatch workflows to achieve approval faster. And second, we’ve established a new way for your team

ICYMI: How to Drive Hyper-Adoption of Your Product

Matt Harris, Sendwithus co-founder and CEO, recently published an article at CustomerThink offering tips on how companies can drive hyper-adoption of their products. Matt talks about the factors that contributed to the hyper-adoption of Slack, the business communication and collaboration platform, and the strategies that contributed to their success. Currently boasting over six million users, Slack

Dyspatch Wins 2018 MarTech Breakthrough Award for Best Email Marketing Solution for Enterprise

We are thrilled to announce that Dyspatch has been selected from over 40 nominated products as the winner of the “Best Email Marketing Solution for Enterprise” award by MarTech Breakthrough, an independent organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies, and products in the global marketing technology industry. Dyspatch is an email production platform that allows

Webinar: User On-Boarding Emails that Drive Customer Success and Free-to-Paid Conversions

Are your free trial users disappearing after sign-up? Do they ignore your on-boarding emails? We can help you fix that.  Sendwithus, in partnership with Chameleon, recently hosted a webinar featuring SaaS on-boarding expert, Alli Blum. Alli shared her strategies for designing an on-boarding email sequence to convert more free-trial users into paying customers. View the

How to Create Effective Workplace Policy

When I started working at Sendwithus, we had a lot of company policies. By a lot I mean they weren’t consistent, they weren’t all in the same place, and employees often needed additional clarification. Our team was also changing dramatically as we doubled our headcount, which meant that some policies needed to change. Over the