The Seen - Creative design based in Stourbridge, West Midlands, UK

The Seen - Creative design based in Stourbridge, West Midlands, UK
Disciplines - Branding, Art Direction, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography, Website design
Products and Services - Annual reports, Branding, Brochures, Copywriting, Corporate Identity, Editorial design, Packaging, Presentation products, Print management, POS material, Motion graphics, Website design

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Nicholas Mee & Co email campaign, creative design by The Seen
Nicholas Mee & Co email campaign reports, creative design by The Seen
Nicholas Mee & Co email campaign, creative design by The Seen
Nicholas Mee & Co email campaign reports, creative design by The Seen
19/12/09

Our client Nicholas Mee & Co had a problem, they had a big email mailing list and would lose one of their office computers for a day and night when trying to send out email campaigns.

Neal Garrard, Commercial Director:

 

 'We have now adopted a ‘Create and Send’ email distribution method, developed for us by The Seen. Our first campaign using this system was recently executed and I cannot express just how impressed we have been with the results. The system is a much less clunky process for both us the sender and the recipient and gives us access to some fascinating and highly useful data as to who receives the campaign and how they use it. In turn, this will allow us to become more scientific and sophisticated with our use of publications and will hopefully help boost our bottom line.’

 

‘A crucially important new business and CRM tool for us is the regular production and distribution of an e-magazine which is created for us by The Seen. Previously, we had been relying on an unsophisticated distribution method of sending our electronic production by e-mail to recipients via a Microsoft outlook contact list. This had significant disadvantages. First and foremost, using this system was placing massive strain on our IT resources as our 3mb PDF magazine was being sent to over 1200 e-mail addresses. Delivery time was days! This system also meant that the recipient would get a 3mb file and for those still using small bandwidth / dial up connections, this was not appreciated!

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