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Exclaimer extends its award-winning cloud email signature solution to G Suite

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Exclaimer, the email signature software and solutions business backed by Livingbridge, has launched the latest edition to its cloud-based email signature management range.

The service, named Exclaimer Cloud - Signatures for G Suite, allows all organizations using Google’s cloud productivity suite to centrally create and manage Gmail signatures for all users. It gives all G Suite users a dynamic and branded email signature on emails sent from any web-enabled device. With this new cloud-based service, organizations can centrally control all G Suite users’ Gmail signatures, and have complete flexibility over which users the signatures are applied to and for what type of emails.

 

Andrew Millington, CEO at Exclaimer, said: 

“The amount of organizations using G Suite is growing at a rapid pace. Unfortunately, G Suite does not provide the functionality many companies require for creating and managing corporate email signatures. Gmail now represents 42.7%* of the cloud business email market and as Exclaimer is the leader in email signature management solutions, creating a G Suite service was a natural decision for us to make. In order to maintain our position as the email signature market leader, we have to continue to adapt as a company to the rapid adoption of the cloud worldwide. After months of hard work, we are extremely proud to release Exclaimer Cloud - Signatures for G Suite, bringing nearly two decades worth of experience creating multi-award-winning solutions to the G Suite market.” 

 

Daniel Richardson, CTO at Exclaimer, said:

“With the sharp rise in organizations using cloud productivity platforms, security is a top priority when considering SaaS products. Exclaimer Cloud - Signatures for G Suite aligns with our ISO 27001:2013 Certification for Information Security Management, making it the most secure G Suite signature management solution on the market.”

 

This article was originally published on Cision on the 19th April 2018.