Impexium’s eMarketing App and Survey tool provide two distinct online communication channels that allows associations to engage personally with members, prospect and partners. With the ability to mold and distribute content that creates more personalized experiences, associations can maximize recruitment and renewal campaigns as well as encourage the purchase of services and benefits the associations offers its members.
For your smaller scale email delivery (transaction-based confirmations for purchases, event registrations, etc.), Impexium leverages the Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES). This is an outbound-only email-sending service built on the reliable and scalable infrastructure Amazon.com developed to serve its own customer base.
For larger scale messaging and marketing automation initiatives, Impexium provides the flexibility to integrate with the provider of your choice that best supports your association’s demands for deliverability, metrics and analytics. Our current eMarketing and marketing automation partners include:
Don’t see your current eMarketing or marketing automation platform on our list of partners? We recognize customers may have an existing vendor that satisfies their current communication needs with no desire to change what’s working. Introduce us and we’ll be happy to discuss our APIs and webhooks with your provider.
Visit Impexium’s partner page for more information on our eMarketing and marketing automation partners.
Get the answers you need to make smarter, more informed decisions. Impexium provides a simple to use, yet robust survey tool for creating and publishing surveys to various segments of your community.
Need an excuse to launch a survey? Use Impexium’s Survey app to plan and host better events, annual conferences or webinars.
Surveys give you more than just answers. Get feedback and new perspectives on events, staff satisfaction, member services and more.
“Like all associations, we end up having to do a little bit of everything, so personally, the goal of using Impexium was to get back to really focusing on the things that are part of our job descriptions.”
College Sports Information Directors of America