Silverpop, an IBM Company

Silverpop, an IBM Company

Silverpop Systems Inc. is a provider of email marketing software and marketing automation solutions for brand marketing. Its features include automated email campaigns, marketing automation solutions, reporting and analytic solutions, and more. SilverPop was purchased by IBM in 2014.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
1999
Employees
450
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