The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
With the acquisition, the two brands together will serve over 290,000 companies in over 150 countries.
Together, the deal will offer developers and marketers:
– Access to deliverability tools and marketing feature sets to manage their entire email program;
– The ability to collaborate and build emails across departmental lines
– API integration and deliverability to improve conversion, protect their brand, and connect with customers
– scalability and infrastructure to support their business needs as they grow
– Enterprise-ready support and direct access to dedicated experts.
As part of Mailgun, Mailjet will continue to maintain a separate brand.
Led by Will Conway, CEO, and backed by Thoma Bravo, Mailgun provides over 160,000 companies with a solution to deliver emails powering their customer engagement and business growth efforts. With a cloud-native infrastructure and email API technology, Mailgun offers technically progressive teams the ability to send, receive, and track email from within their applications. The company focuses on providing customer support to ensure deliverability across several types of emails, including transactional and marketing messages.
Led by Alexis Renard, CEO, Mailjet is a solution to send, track and deliver both marketing and transactional emails. Its cloud-based infrastructure is scalable with proprietary technology that optimizes email deliverability.
Mailjet can be accessed either via an online drag-and-drop interface or via APIs that allow developers to integrate its features within their online app or service, or its SMTP relay.
The compamy has offices worldwide (including Paris, London, Dusseldorf, Toronto and New York), 130k clients and partners such as Microsoft, Toast, and Honeywell across 150 countries.