MessageGears, has just announced via Twitter that it has closed a $12 million growth financing led by Argentum and Bridge Bank. MessageGears’ is an email service provider and customer marketing platform that works with large brands. Their unique proposition is their stated ability to absorb customer data in its entirety and leverage this in real time to send highly personalised messaging streams across email, sms and other digital channels used for marketing. The Managing Partner at Argentum, has joined MessageGears’ Board of Directors as part of this investment round.
MessageGears’ works with brands such as Expedia, Rakuten Rewards, Chick-fil-A, T-Mobile and OpenTable.
“Our technology enables brands to develop deeper relationships with millions of customers, and we’re proud and excited to work with Argentum to continue to disrupt this industry.”Roger Barnette, MessageGears’ CEO.
“This funding will help us continue to revolutionize the customer marketing landscape for enterprise brands”, said Roger Barnette, MessageGears’ CEO. “Our technology enables brands to develop deeper relationships with millions of customers, and we’re proud and excited to work with Argentum to continue to disrupt this industry.”
Walter H. Barandiarán, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Argentum said “Their unique hybrid architecture, with a direct data access layer to enterprises’ modern data warehouses, solves critical challenges for large brands that need to communicate effectively with their customers. We are thrilled to be partnering with MessageGears to help them scale.”