Informz Helps Superstorm Sandy Victims
Saratoga Springs, NY, Nov 20, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Informz, a leading email marketing solution for the association and nonprofit industries, announced today that the company will donate a total of $5,170 to Superstorm Sandy relief efforts. As part of the annual Informz employee giving program, where each employee can choose to donate $100 to a cause of their choice, Informz will be donating $2,000 to the Red Cross to benefit storm victims. Informz employees also raised an additional $1,585 for a fellow employee whose family home was destroyed by the storm. Informz has matched the employees' contributions to the family as well.
The company, which offers an email platform that enables associations and other organizations to send targeted email communications, has also assisted many clients that were impacted by the storm or that serve constituents affected by Sandy. The company allowed emails related to the storm to be sent free of charge and Informz eMarketing Advisors stepped in to create emails for clients who were without power or could not access a computer.
"Our hearts and thoughts go out to all of those affected by Superstorm Sandy," said Joe Tyler, President and CEO of Informz. "At Informz we think of our clients as part of our family, so it was important for us to offer them extra assistance in their time of need."
For more information, contact Lori Ely at 518-691-0071 x208 or ely(at)informz(dot)com.
Informz is an integrated email marketing service that enables highly personalized and targeted communication. The Informz solution provides customers with the tools and expertise to easily and cost-effectively promote their brands, stay in touch, generate and analyze data about their markets, manage information about their customers and partners, and receive valuable feedback to refine future action. Advanced features in the Informz product include text messaging, online survey tools, online voting, and event registration.
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