SiteGainer becomes Symplify Conversion

November 22, 2019
Conversion

After an exciting ride of 6 years SiteGainer has been acquired by Symplify Technologies AB.

Everything you know and love will stay the same with Symplify Conversion, the product, the staff and the atmosphere. We at SiteGainer are thrilled to be incorporated into a company that shares so many of the values that make SiteGainer what it is today.

We can promise even greater synergy as we push you to deliver the very best return on investment with every test you do.

Symplify began life as a company providing campaign and transactional email creation and has since grown to 8 channels of dynamic communication including email, SMS, Web Push, APP Push, Social, Print, Dynamic Web and Voice. The communications platform is loaded with the very best campaign and journey builder technology.

We feel offering SiteGainer’s functionality in unison with Symplify will afford the customer a best of breed software solution without even having to leave one platform¨.

Ricard Chramer, Founder & CEO of SiteGainer:

“The strategic match between SiteGainer and Symplify is perfect. SiteGainer being uniquely placed to enable the customer to get the most in terms of purchase and sign up, while Symplify enjoys a market leading position in terms of getting the most out of the customers database”

Robert Kimber CEO of Symplify:

“We’ve made the strategic decision of acquisition in areas where we feel we have close synergies to our own offering, this affords us agility in development and versatility in use. SiteGainer is an outstanding product, couple that with the growing trend of conversion testing in our own customer base, we were looking at a great opportunity. We believe that A/B conversion testing will soon possess the kind of “Need to Have” factor that marketing automation and compliance have enjoyed over the last 10 years.”

With this incorporation we feel we can take conversion testing to the next level, enabling you to turn your site into a growth engine.

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