Mailgun Acquires Mailjet aims to Build Better Email

When Mailgun started nearly 10 years ago, it seemed obvious that email APIs could help developers connect with customers and build their apps more quickly. But in those days, most email services were focused on simple newsletters and marketing campaigns. Mailgun founders felt the pain of having to integrate email into an app first-hand, and that’s why they built Mailgun.

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A decade later, there are still surprisingly few companies building and maintaining email APIs. One company that we’ve been watching through the years is Mailjet, an email solution based in Europe. With offices across numerous countries, they’ve grown to over 130,000 active accounts with one goal in mind: making email more collaborative for marketing and development teams and more accessible for international companies. 

Their intuitive drag-and-drop email template editor alongside their international, multilingual approach has empowered companies like Honeywell and Product Hunt to streamline their email automation. They’ve put in a lot of hard work, and it’s clear in the products that they offer their customers.

In this acquisition, Mailgun will be enhancing both product offerings to better serve developers and marketers alike on a global basis.

Teams can now have more choice in the tools they use to support the way that they want to manage their email needs. 

What’s next?

Ultimately, customers will enjoy the benefit of Mailgun’s infrastructure and deliverability expertise and Mailjet’s intuitive tools and multinational approach.

We at the TWT are using mailgun for last couple of years as we’re one of happy customers of Mailgun. You can read original post on their official website.