Mailjet vs SendGrid
Last updated: October 17, 2018
Cloud Emailing by Mailjet. Create, send and track your marketing and transactional emails. Easy SMTP integration & cheap rates: boost your deliverability now. Our unique algorithm boosts your deliverability and our platform provides in-depth insight so you can optimize more than ever.
SendGrid's cloud-based email infrastructure relieves businesses of the cost and complexity of maintaining custom email systems. SendGrid provides reliable delivery, scalability and real-time analytics along with flexible API's that make custom integration a breeze.
Mailjet vs SendGrid in our news:
2018 - Twilio acquired email API platform SendGrid
Communications platform Twilio acquired the API-centric email platform SendGrid for about $2 billion. Twilio’s current focus is on omnichannel communication, and email is obviously a major part of that. And while it offers plenty of services around voice, video and chat, email hasn’t been on its radar in the same way. This acquisition now allows it to quickly build up expertise in this area and expand its services there.
2017 - Email Marketing company SendGrid raised $131 million
SendGrid, the marketing email company, raised $131 million after pricing its IPO at $16, above the expected range of $13.50 to $15.50. The company begins trading Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange, under the ticker SEND. SendGrid helps businesses send marketing emails. It says in its IPO filing that it has processed more than one trillion emails. SendGrid says competes with SparkPost, MailChimp and divisions of Amazon, Oracle and Salesforce.
2015 - Email marketing solution Mailjet gets $11 million
French startup Mailjet just raised $11 million for its email delivery service that works for both marketing campaigns and transactional emails. Mailjet’s distinctive feature is that we tackle both markets — marketing and transactional. Transactional email services need to have a reliable API, send email as quickly as possible and never fail — Mailjet started with transactional emails. Marketing email services need to be able to send hundreds of thousands of emails even if it takes a few minutes, have a good reputation with Google, Microsoft or Yahoo so that your newsletter doesn’t end up in the spam folder, and provide tools to customize the design of your emails.