Quantcast

Wednesday July 23, 2014

NYC Startup Helps Companies Prioritize Emails

One-year-old Manhattan based company, Messagemind, says it has a solution to email overload in a product it calls C-Mail. The product prioritizes email inboxes for middle managers and executives by using algorithms to color code emails based on importance.

In an article in Crain's New York Business,  company director Joseph Kaidanow, said “It's not based on chronology or by
sender—it's based on optimal work flow.” The software takes roughly two to three weeks to develop a custom system for prioritizing emails while at the same time giving users the option to modify any prioritization they do not agree with.

The price of the software ranges from $20,000 to $40,000 monthly.

Crain's New York Business