Send Transactional Messages

Send Transactional Messages

Everlytic enables you to automatically trigger and personalise high volumes of system-generated transactional messages (emails, SMSs, and automated voice recordings relating to client transactions), tracking and analysing their performance in real time.

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Transactional Messaging with Everlytic

Our transactional messaging platform uses SMTP or API integrations between your system and Everlytic to trigger automated emails, SMSs, and voice broadcasts. You can use this for banking alerts, order confirmations, payroll updates, password-reset emails, CRM notifications, purchase receipts, account statements, and more.

Proven Infrastructure, Powerful Results

Our transactional service is built on top of our tried-and-tested Everlytic sending engine, which sends millions of messages every day for hundreds of top brands. Thanks to constant monitoring, our servers ensure maximum uptime and reliability.

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Automated 1:1 Comms at Scale

Every transactional message you send can be personalised for the recipient, so contacts only receive the information relevant to them.

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Track Messages in Real-Time

With real-time tracking, you can monitor how many emails, SMSs, or voice broadcasts have been delivered, opened, clicked, and bounced.

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Send Transactional Attachments

Dynamic attachments enable you to include contact-specific attachments, like statements and invoices, to each email or SMS message – at scale

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Scale Your Comms as You Do

Our infrastructure is infinitely scalable and can handle rapidly growing volumes or peak demand times – your system just sends the messages and Everlytic does the rest.

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Improve Your Email Delivery

Everlytic prevents ISP bounces and blacklisting by digitally signing your transactional emails and monitoring the reputation of your IP address pool.

Everlytic | Transactional Message Example on Tablet

Transactional Messaging with Everlytic

Our transactional messaging platform uses SMTP or API integrations between your system and Everlytic to trigger automated emails, SMSs, and voice broadcasts. You can use this for banking alerts, order confirmations, payroll updates, password-reset emails, CRM notifications, purchase receipts, account statements, and more.

Proven Infrastructure, Powerful Results

Our transactional service is built on top of our tried-and-tested Everlytic sending engine, which sends millions of messages every day for hundreds of top brands. Thanks to constant monitoring, our servers ensure maximum uptime and reliability.

Everlytic | Automated 1:1 Comms at Scale | Icon

Automated 1:1 Comms at Scale

Every transactional message you send can be personalised for the recipient, so contacts only receive the information relevant to them.

Everlytic | Track Messages in Real-Time | Icon

Track Messages in Real-Time

With real-time tracking, you can monitor how many emails, SMSs, or voice broadcasts have been delivered, opened, clicked, and bounced.

Everlytic | Send Transactional Attachments | Icon

Send Transactional Attachments

Dynamic attachments enable you to include contact-specific attachments, like statements and invoices, to each email or SMS message – at scale

Everlytic | Scale Your Comms as You Do | Icon

Scale Your Comms as You Do

Our infrastructure is infinitely scalable and can handle rapidly growing volumes or peak demand times – your system just sends the messages and Everlytic does the rest.

Everlytic | Improve Your Email Delivery | Icon

Improve Your Email Delivery

Everlytic prevents ISP bounces and blacklisting by digitally signing your transactional emails and monitoring the reputation of your IP address pool.

Support and engage contacts with personalised, functional, one-on-one transactional messaging when it counts.

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