REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (Aug. 23, 2004) - EmailLabs (www.emaillabs.com), the leading Web services provider in the email marketing space, continued its pace of strong revenue and client growth, with its tenth consecutive quarter of record revenue and profitability in the second quarter of 2004.
EmailLabs' revenues increased 19 percent in Q2 2004 over Q1 2004 and 98 percent over Q2 2003. This represents the tenth consecutive quarter of record revenues for the company. Profits for Q2 2004 grew 16 percent over Q1 2004 and 128 percent over Q2 2003.
In Q2 2004, EmailLabs added 36 new clients, including such notable companies as Abebooks.com, AcquireWeb, Datagence, Delaware North Companies, FirstClassFlyer, Fox Racing, Fujitsu, Government Auctions, and Washington Mutual.
EmailLabs also enhanced its email marketing platform with new and enhanced features including advanced bounce handling, an upgraded online HTML editor, Sender Policy Framework (SPF) authentication, enhanced segmentation capabilities and improved trigger message functionality.
To help better serve East Coast clients, the company opened a New York sales office and a server farm in New Jersey. On the thought leadership front, EmailLabs conducted a successful webinar on trust-based email marketing, while company executives Kirill Popov and Loren McDonald were added to ClickZ's roster of columnists, contributing a monthly column on e-mail delivery issues and best practices.
"We've taken a leadership position in the email marketing automation space by executing on plan, offering new initiatives in the Web services area with our API and with a continuing series of technology and service enhancements," said Dave Sousa, CEO. "Our API is a powerful vehicle for integration, an increasingly important capability for our users and partners, and a real differentiator for us."