Eventinterface launches Eventinterface MAIL

Eventinterface today announced it has expanded its feature offerings with the launch of Eventinterface MAIL, a new module added to its end-to-end conference and meeting planning platform.  Eventinterface MAIL invites planners to manage unlimited subscribers, create visually stunning emails and track event marketing campaign progress.

“We are thrilled to add Eventinterface MAIL to our suite of features,” said Al Wynant, Co-Founder and CEO. “This has been highly anticipated and will add even more value to the planners using our conference and meeting planning platform.”

Eventinterface MAIL allows Meeting and Event Planners to add their curated email lists and create beautiful custom invitations using an easy-to-use drag and drop editor. Eventinterface MAIL includes pre-designed templates, and planners can create and save their own templates and artwork for future campaigns. Invite campaigns can be sent immediately or scheduled for a later date. Detailed reporting rounds out the functionality.

“All plans include unlimited lists and subscribers and a generous pre-set number of messages per month,” said Rod Bridges, Co-Founder and Head Developer. “We want to make the process as simple as possible in order for planners to reach their prospect attendees easily and effectively, leading them into the registration and engagement functionalities of Eventinterface.”

Eventinterface MAIL is included in all subscription-based plans at no additional cost.

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Eventinterface is a platform that enables Meeting and Event Planners to manage conferences and meetings better, build new revenue streams and allows them create powerful communities before, during and after an event. We simplify and automate many of the tasks planners do; allow planners to easily collect and analyze attendee data; gather, share and monetize event content. Eventinterface makes your events better, more profitable and more engaging. More information at Eventinterface.com.