Silverpop Software


 

Silverpop provides marketing automation and email marketing solutions to companies around the world. Silverpop's technology helps marketers develop and deliver relevant, targeted multi-channel campaigns.

Silverpop's solutions are suited to midsize and enterprise-level organizations in a number of industries: banking, hospitality, media, transportation and more. 

Silverpop Engage offers multiple lead scoring functionality, which provides the tools necessary to let marketers create multiple scoring models to better segment for different product lines. It also allows them to print lead-scoring models to give salespeople a visual picture of the process.

Silverpop's Snooze feature helps minimize costly list churn by giving contacts another alternative to unsubscribing—allowing them to take a temporary break from their email messages rather than opting out completely. Silverpop also offers a Social Connect portfolio.

PlacePunch helps marketers engage customers via location check-ins that can be incorporated into multi-channel marketing campaigns. Social Sign-in allows site visitors to use their social identities to sign in rather than relying on a more lengthy registration process.

 

Silverpop - Queries
 
  • Silverpop - Queries
    Queries
  • Silverpop - Programs
    Programs
  • Silverpop - Landing page/Web form
    Landing page/Web form
  • Silverpop - Scoring
    Scoring
  • Silverpop - Email
    Email
  • Silverpop - Contact insight
    Contact insight
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, Unix, IBM OS/400, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000

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Edward from Outdoor Hub
Specialty: Media
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

October 2016

October 2016

A Power Tool for Power Users

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SilverPop is great for technical users, but it's not easy to use for a average person

Pros

Tons of features and database functions

Cons

Very difficult to use for inexperienced users

Advice to Others

Very difficult to use for inexperienced users

 
 

Michael from Intertek
Specialty: Other services

November 2014

November 2014

Great Product for Mid-Size Businesses

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Setup of the system and getting everything established is a very quick process, particularly if you have used Silverpop previously. It very quickly allows you to add users (unlimited) and assign permission levels. Mailings are very easy to create, although the WYSIWYG mailing editor isn't the best (an entirely new mailing creation process is going to be implemented in the somewhat near future from my understanding). Hopefully, IBM's acquisition of Silverpop will add some resources to get things done faster and offer some more advanced features. Silverpop also has an annual conference (Amplify) in May each year that is outstanding. It's great, particularly for new users, to really become immersed in the system and learn best practices and how to use some of the more advanced functionality.

Likes Least

There is slow implementation of UI fixes and enhancements. Testing of the automated mailings is daunting and difficult.

Recommendations

Now that Silverpop is a part of IBM, I expect to see integration with other IBM systems and some more resources allocated to the product. Better globalization (the UI in multiple languages, for example) is not far off as they look to expand global reach. Silverpop is very honest and upfront with their contracts and pricing, unlike my experience with some competitors. Silverpop is truly interested in seeing you succeed and does their best to assist. They also offer services to help fill in holes where you may not have resources.

 
 

Wes from RPMC
Specialty: Consulting

October 2014

October 2014

SPOP Review

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Likes Best

Resposiveness of vendor and ease of use of the software.

Likes Least

Cost of the product and upgrades. Also, it's hard to reach a person.

Recommendations

Evaluate wisely, and test in your environment before purchasing.

 
 

Max from Leadstream UG - Duplicate Posted

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John from CPW

June 2012

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May 2012

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May 2012

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Kirsten from The Network, Inc.

March 2012

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Daniel from Life.Church
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

November 2016

November 2016

Silverpop, now IBM Marketing Cloud offers robust marketing automation, dated UI means learning curve

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Originating in the Email Service Provider (ESP) space, Silverpop was acquired by IBM and has evolved to become IBM Marketing Cloud. The core feature set still revolves around email with sophisticated features such as "Send Time Optimization" which samples users opens and schedules each contacts mailings for when they are most likely to open your email. Building on a simple workflow system, Marketing Cloud now offers Blueprints for the most common opportunities such as warming campaigns, retargeting and automated responses.

A recent rearchitecture has brought the user-interface in line with other IBM Blue Mix and Commerce platforms. The updates also mean that IBM's mix of SAAS such as the new Customer Analytics and the existing WebSphere Commerce content platform.

The future looks bright for Marketing Cloud with coming integration with IBM Watson preparing to lead the way with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence guiding contact segmentation and product targeting. But its current position places it in steep competition with market leaders such as Adobe Experience Manager and Marketo. The promised integration with Watson and the recent updates with SMS and push notification integration merit Marketing Cloud a closer look when looking for a marketing automation solution.

Pros

Flexible integration and reasonable pricing to add a comprehensive feature set for the digital marketer.

Cons

Parts of the UI have yet to be updated hiding much needed functionality deep in menus. The reporting module needs to be revisited with an archaic interface and burying much needed web tracking features.

Advice to Others

IBM has a solid Saas based digital marketing solution that will have the opportunity to become a market leader with Watson integration.

Source: Capterra
 

RB from PRGX
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

October 2016

October 2016

We felt like they did not care about our company after we signed the contract.

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We purchased training from them and they did not give us all of our training hours. There were problems with their system internally and they were not helpful enough with these issues. Our offices are right across the street from their location. There was 1 gentleman that was very helpful in person (I think his name was Michael, he trained us), but everyone else lacked luster.

Pros

ability to update and make quick changes

Cons

customer service

Source: Capterra
 

Ron from eBrains

May 2014

May 2014

Strong product. Continued innovation...

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Frequent platofrm releases. Ease of navigation. All features available. Great phone & web support. Good KnowledgeBase & Customer Community. Dynamic Content, Landing Pages, A/B Testing, Program/Touchplan creation, Database Scoring, strong API toolset, Deliverability Tools & performance, etc. It's all there in a stable, predictable platform...

Source: Capterra
 

Joe from Forestry Commission
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

September 2016

September 2016

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Scott from Email Industries
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

June 2016

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Source: GetApp