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Email infrastructure isn’t the most exciting thing — setting it up is no Friday night at your local disco—but it sure plays a crucial role in most applications: If your account confirmations and password reset emails don’t reach the inbox, your users get stuck, support queues get flooded, and your team tears their hair out while trying to figure out what in the [bleep] is going on.
With Postmark, a reliable email delivery service with a rock-solid API, these nightmares are a thing of the past.
Here’s why people love Postmark
Email delivery that you can rely on — postmarkapp.com
Postmark’s entire business revolves around never losing a single email and ensuring that your emails arrive quickly—not eventually.
Promo & transactional emails never mix — postmarkapp.com
To protect the deliverability of your crucial transactional emails, and ensure they arrive fast, Postmark routes promotional messages through a parallel but separate sending infrastructure.
Great support, as a standard — postmarkapp.com
It’s not just their email delivery that’s fast and reliable… Postmark’s knowledgeable customer success team is here for you should you need them (and they never make you pay extra for premium support.)
Feature rich platform and tooling — postmarkapp.com
With Postmark, you can stop worrying if your emails made it to the inbox, and get back to focusing on what matters—building great products.
Provider comparison & customer stories
Using another provider today? Postmark stacks up well against the most well-known competitors today. Clear pricing, exceptional deliverability, and world class support—at no extra cost.
Since 2010, Postmark has delivered billions of emails for companies of all sizes—1Password, Asana, Podia, and DriveWealth to name a few. Check out their posted customer stories here.
Proudly bootstrapped by people who care
Postmark is built by the team at Wildbit, a small people-first company. They’re profitable and privately owned, and believe in building great products and a sustainable business that puts people over profits.
Bonus: Natalie Nagele, Wildbit — codestory.co
Natalie Nagele’s company started off as a remote consulting company, but launched their first product in 2003 – and they were immediately hooked. In 2009, they stopped doing client work and focused solely on products. And haven’t looked back in 20 years. This is the creation story of Wildbit.