I want to serve my customers - Single edition or ESP?

With nuevoMailer SB/MB v.8.6 you can
  • Send campaigns on behalf of others
  • Use "custom list settings” (sender details, landing pages, etc).
  • Share an encrypted link with your customer to check the campaign statistics.
  • Open different admin accounts with different roles. Like reports-only user, newsletter editor, list manager and more.
  • It is not multi-user. Single installation of files at one domain.
  • But you may not, give login access to the customer (in case you manage lists from many different customers).
With the ESP version
  • Single installation of files at one domain. Your customers (users) have their own accounts. Each account "feels like” and has almost all the features of nuevoMailer. SB
  • Your customer can design newsletters, manage lists and send campaigns. Only some higher level system tasks are for you as "master administrator” (user accounts, email plans, smtp settings etc).
  • Of course you can still do all the work or divide the tasks with your customer.
  • Charging your customer is optional.
With both editions
  • Sender profiles (from-name, from-email) can be defined at many levels (global, at campaign, at list).
  • The concept of "tracking domain” can be applied so that newsletter links point to the domain of your choice without actually having the mailer installed at that domain.
Another approach
  • Having different standalone installations at your customers' domains. You can do that either with the SB or the MB (1 year subscription license).
  • You can still do all the work or share some tasks with your customer. You can open different administrators accounts with different roles.
  • Consider this model when a customer has special requirements about data ownership and access.
  • It is cost-effective; you have 50% discount for each additional SB license that you order.
  • If you plan to have many installations or want the freedom to install anytime, anywhere consider the MB (1 year subscription license).
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