Seattle-based Vendaria Inc., a provider of streaming video solutions for sales, marketing and merchandising, unveiled today its latest product: Enliven Video Mail. The patent-pending application — which has nothing to do with rich media banner ad firm Enliven — allows streaming videos to be embedded into an HTML email.
“Consumers are bombarded daily with emails, many of which lack a comprehensive and compelling message,” says Scott Ferris, CEO and president of Vendaria. “Distinguishing your campaign from that of your competitor is vital”.
Barry Elad is managing editor of seattle.internet.com.
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