Mission: Our mission is to make it as easy as possible for marketers to get results that make a dramatic improvement to their business. We want to help marketers deliver their imagination.
We're delighted to announce that the dotdigital group, the parent company behind dotmailer, has successfully completed the acquisition of COMAPI, the omnichannel messaging platform. This acquisition enables faster product innovation to better meet the needs of future marketers, extending our proposition to include mobile messaging comprising of SMS, social media channels and live chat tools.
COMAPI is already a successful brand with strong growth and revenues within the CPaaS market. dotmailer and COMAPI already have numerous shared clients which include Superdry, Hayes Recruitment, Daisy Group and betting giant Ladbrokes.
“By adding COMAPI to our business, dotdigital is executing its vision to be an omnichannel marketing automation platform,” said Milan Patel, CEO of dotdigital group.
COMAPI’s Managing Director Paul Putman commented “We are all excited by the opportunity the acquisition represents. It enables COMAPI to accelerate its plan and take advantage of the rapid growth in the CPaaS and conversational commerce market.”
The dotmailer team were thrilled to hear that our Chief Executive Officer, Milan Patel, was awarded Chief Financial Officer of the year at the 2017 British Accountancy Awards (BAA)
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dotmailer is a leading marketing automation platform with email at its core. Our mission is to empower marketers with the tools that make it easy to get dramatic results, every time.
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Global office network
We have offices in the UK, USA and Australia. So wherever you are and whatever time zone you might be in, there’ll always be someone to help.
The dotfamily has bases all over the world, including London and Manchester in the UK, New York in the USA, and Melbourne Australia. As you can see, we’ve got some awesome tech powerhouses where we make all the great things happen. After all, happy team spaces make for happier customers.
Sound interesting? Take a look at our Careers page to discover more about dotmailer and see our latest opportunities.
From a pub in South London to a multinational, award-winning business.
It all started in a pub in Croydon (we even have the original tables and stools in our London Bridge HQ). Our foundations go back to 1999 but it was in 2002 that the dotmailer platform was born. Today, we’re a growing global business with an ever-increasing team. Cheers to that!
Spread across continents, but still one big (and proud) dotfamily.
It’s not all hard work
From summer and Christmas parties to dotlunches and team outings, our dedicated dotcommunity makes sure there’s always a healthy balance of work and play.
We’re a caring bunch (if you hadn’t guessed already). That’s why we feel strongly about not only supporting charities, but the software development industry as a whole.
Room to grow
Many of our employees have grown with the business and now hold senior positions. So if you’ve got the ambition, we’ll provide the time and support to help you develop.
I worked at dotmailer full-time (More than a year)
Nice working culture
No cons and nothing to suggest
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you doing
I applied online. I interviewed at dotmailer (Manchester, England) in July 2016.
Applied via job advert online.
Received LinkedIn invite from HR manager following application as my CV had LinkedIn details. Connected with HR. Held quick telephone call following a couple of messages back and forth. Discussed role, my experience and the company. Was really quite interesting and appealing.
Agreed interview in Manchester City Centre. Quite relaxed interview, typical standard approach. "Can you give me an example of...". Very sales orientated role, targets, targets, etc.
I was told they're looking to appoint asap, so should hear by the end of the week/ early the following week. Didn't hear anything for a week+. Decided to contacted HR for an update and was told they're still interviewing? (Not what I was told in the interview).....a following 2/3 weeks later, still not heard anything?! It isn't sour grapes but considering I took time out of my day (annual leave), travelled for an interview etc, it's not too much to ask for a regular update/ final outcome of an interview? Pretty poor really.
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