Xtremepush Put Pen to Paper with Movable Ink

Signing Contract Movable Ink

Xtremepush, the customer engagement, personalisation, and data platform, has announced its partnership with Movable Ink, the personalised content platform provider for digital marketers.

Campaigns sent through the Xtremepush platform, and built using Movable Ink’s dynamic, data-activated content will render in real-time across email and mobile communications at the moment of engagement and with individually relevant content.

Xtremepush, will now be able to offer its clients enhanced content personalisation across email, push notifications, and in-app messages. Use cases include pulling in real-time and behavioural data to generate compelling and personalised content, including live pricing, product reviews, abandoned cart CTAs, loyalty point visualisations, and so much more.

Xtremepush CEO and co-founder Tommy Kearns said, “We are delighted to announce this partnership with Movable Ink, one of the world’s most exciting and respected technology providers. Our own platform has prioritised campaign personalisation from day one, and I am thrilled to be able to offer clients enhanced capabilities through this integration. We recognise that the most impactful examples of customer engagement are built around first-party data and rich segmentation. This partnership allows our clients to go even further with this, leading to positive, win-win customer experiences.”

Neil Basi, Senior Director, Client Experience at Movable Ink said, “While brands have invested heavily in data to drive more personalised experiences, many marketers still struggle to create one-to-one cross-channel interactions at scale. Their data might be real-time, but their content ends up being static. It’s more critical than ever before that marketers prioritise seamless and hyper-relevant experiences across channels to reach their customers wherever they choose to engage. We’re excited to partner with Xtremepush to drive better customer experiences and stronger marketing performance across every customer touchpoint.”

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