Message Systems Adopts SparkPost as Company Name for Cloud Business
Thousands of New Cloud Email Customers Now Behind One Brand
Message Systems, the global leader in email infrastructure, today announced that it is adopting SparkPost as its company name for its cloud business. In the short time since SparkPost’s general availability was announced, thousands of companies have signed up, from businesses just starting out to major internet brands who had outgrown other cloud email services such as Zillow and Pinterest.
“The growth and transition to cloud computing in the email market represents a great opportunity for technological innovation, and it’s gratifying to see the tremendous growth of SparkPost since its introduction,” said Message Systems CEO Phillip Merrick. “Conducting business as SparkPost will allow us to capture the excitement and enthusiasm of our thousands of new cloud email customers all behind one brand name.”
Message Systems offers the three most powerful products in email – Momentum by Message Systems, PowerMTA by Port25, a Message Systems Company, and most recently the new cloud offering SparkPost by Message Systems. This announcement will not affect existing on-premises Momentum or PowerMTA customers. The company’s commitment to ongoing development and support for both the Momentum and PowerMTA on-premises email infrastructure products is unchanged and the Message Systems and Port25 company names will be retained for the on-premises businesses.