One to reach, marketing automation
Thanks for your interest in One to reach. We want to build a marketing automation solution, a good one.
Here are a few questions for us to know more about you and your needs.
30 seconds top to answer and you'll hear from us when we'll be ready for an opening (no spam, promise).
Tell us about yourself and what you do for a living. 2 quick questions.
What you do
In a few words: your position, your company, what you sell, your users... Don't hesitate to drop an URL. We want to understand your challenges.
Tell us about your marketing effort and the automation that you need. 6 quick questions.
You're interested in...
Periodic / Nurturing communication (newsletters, tailored offer, offer of the day...)
Transactional communication (confirmation, status...)
Onboarding communication (welcome sequence, path to first conversion...)
Retention / Wake-up / Winback communication
Follow-up communication (review, rating, suggestion...)
Push (to mobile apps)
You already use
Braze (formerly Appboy)
I have no marketing/communication solutions
What you miss
With your current tooling, what is missing? What is not working?
The campaign you dream of
Tell us about the automated campaign of your dreams. Describe its scenario/mechanism. Carte blanche!
The most important to you
The workflow of my marketing team
The ROI (Return On Investment)
The time spent
At some point, we'll have something to show.
You want to jump in for...
Alpha opening to selected customers (a few cherished customers living on the edge)
Beta opening to selected customers (rock solid features, but setting up)
How we will convince you
If you were in our shoes, what would you need to prove to yourself?
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