SendGrid goes mobile for app developers

By: Steve Monday December 17, 2012 0 comments Tags: Boulder, foursquare, Jim Franklin, MBaaS, Parse, Pinterest, SendGrid, Spotify, StackMob, Uber

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BOULDER - SendGrid announced integrations with leading mobile-backend-as-a-service (MBaaS) platforms Windows Azure Mobile Services, StackMob and Parse.

The integrations are built on SendGrid's cloud-based transactional email infrastructure platform, the company said.

SendGrid now powers mobile transactional email for some of the world's largest mobile applications, including Uber, Pinterest, foursquare and Spotify.

SendGrid said its MBaaS integrations are part of its ongoing strategy to make its service broadly available, easy to access and simple to deploy regardless of what cloud services development teams are building with.

Since its launch in 2009, SendGrid has delivered more than 75 billion emails and averages 140,000 emails sent per minute for its customers.

"SendGrid has long been on the forefront of introducing new services and products ahead of the market demand curve, and today's integrations with leading MBaaS providers is no different," said Jim Franklin, SendGrid CEO.

"MBaaS is quickly replacing the traditional server-side stack as a dependable, feature-rich option for powering mobile applications."

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