rebrands itself, changing its name to
Paris, October 22nd 2013 – The online service that keeps address books and CRMs automatically up to date is changing its name to Evercontact to better orient its new clients to the value it creates.
The main drive for this change was realigning the name of the service to the more general contact management sphere towards which it has evolved in the past two years. As the application is not only helping people manage their contacts from within their inbox, but now on the web, on their mobile devices and directly into their CRM applications, Evercontact clearly captures this multitude and change in direction.
“As our user base continues to expand internationally and new features are added to our service, the name “WriteThat.name” has become less and less relevant. We’re really expanding more into the contact management arena with our Salesforce connector and Chrome extension that can grab contact details from anywhere on the web. With this in mind, and the fact that some of our customers found it hard to write – let alone to pronounce – the name of our service, we knew it was time to rebrand towards something that hit the core of what we do, and we’re quite happy with our new name, Evercontact!” comments Philippe Laval, CEO at Evercontact.
The change will be effective: October 22nd, 2013
Evercontact in a nutshell
Launched in 2011 under the name WriteThat.name.
Evercontact analyzes emails to extract useful nuggets of business/contact information. It has expanded from Gmail to Google Apps, Outlook, Highrise and Salesforce while adding extended features like Flashback, AddMe and more.
Since September 26th, Evercontact has been available as a chrome extension, expanding the magic of the service to the entire web.
Since its launch in 2011, over 1 billion emails have been analyzed, allowing users to manage over 400 million new or updated contacts.
Created by Kwaga, Evercontact is the cloud service that automatically updates address books by analyzing signature blocks in emails, or from contact details found anywhere while browsing the web. Evercontact works for Gmail, Google Apps, Outlook, as well as for CRM systems (Salesforce, HighRise…).
For more information: www.evercontact.com
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