The partnership between these two vendors provides
WriteThat.name for the almost 189 million Lotus Notes enterprise users
Paris, April 4th, 2012 – Kwaga, creator of online service WriteThat.name that automatically updates the address book, and MailWatcher, software vendor specialized in the monitoring and archiving of emails for high volume companies, announce today their partnership – realized by the availability of WriteThat.name for IBM’s Lotus Notes, for both hosted and onsite versions.
WriteThat.name is the online service that maintains the address book by identifying and extracting information that is contained in email signatures. Launched in May of 2011, WriteThat.name was previously only available for Gmail or GoogleApps users.
WriteThat.name for Lotus Notes
This new WriteThat.name version has all of the following features and service options and will allow companies using Lotus Notes for high volume professional usage:
Screenshots are here
Users convinced by the beta
In the months that preceded the launch, WriteThat.name for Lotus Notes has been tested by several major French companies. The beta testers’ overwhelming positive feedback has accelerated the official release of the application.
Fabrice Arnaudo, Solution Director for Orange Business Services, a beta tester of WriteThat.name for Lotus Notes said, “I really have been impressed by the efficiency of this product: the contacts update themselves and even include their social media profile information! This solution provides not only the benefit of saving my time, but also peace of mind. Wherever I am, I know I can access the phone number or address I need from my smartphone.”
Currently being validated by IBM
WriteThat.name for Lotus Notes is also in the process of obtaining the “READY FOR LOTUS SOFTWARE” label, ensuring Domino customers the safety of this solution for their email infrastructure. Other Mailwatcher solutions have already benefitted from this label.
MailWatcher is a software company that specializes in email services systems. MailWatcher develops software solutions that manage and protect information flow on email servers. Mailwatcher builds autonomous monitoring and control tools to enable optimised operations of corporate email servers and IT infrastructures. MailWatcher develops high value-added solutions, especially in email archiving, whose effectiveness is recognized by users such as: MAIF, MACSF, Exane, Crédit Agricole, Crédit Lyonnais, Française des Jeux, Intermarché, CCR, OBS, etc. More information: http://www.mailwatcher.net/
Established in 2008, Kwaga is the creator of WriteThat.name, the online service that automatically updates the email address book by identifying contact information in the signature of emails received. WriteThat.name works with Gmail/GoogleApps email, IBM Lotus Notes and MS Outlook. A connector with CRM HighRise of 37 Signals is also available. Kwaga received seed funding from Seedcamp and Kima Venture and announced early in 2012 its first funding for the amount of 1.2€ million from private investors advised by Financière Fonds Privés. For more information: www.kwaga.com