SendGrid is a cloud-based email infrastructure that businesses can use to inexpensively and easily setup an email system. What this app does is it makes for a reliable delivery of emails, it allows for businesses to grow and expand as needed and it offers reporting tools with flexible API's that can make implementing this system into an organization a snap. Companies can use SendGrid to handle any of their transactional emails. Instead of having to install and maintain one's own email infrastructure, businesses can use SendGrid instead to manage all of the technical aspects of email management. SendGrid can also ensure that all emails reach their intended recipients to ensure that customers remain satisfied. Companies can integrate the system quickly into their environment as well. SendGrid can save companies time and money while providing an essential system for the way we do business today- email.Show more screenshots »
SendGrid is an organization with offices in both California and Colorado. It was founded in 2009 by a group of three engineers. Nowadays, the service sends billions of emails daily and was named as "One of the Top 16 OnDemand Cloud Computing Private Companies to Watch."
SendGrid offers email services and handles everything for companies so that they don't have to manage and maintain their own email infrastructure which can be expensive and time consuming. The web app is supported by a solid company which many trust with their vital email operations.
SendGrid is a solid application that works and go above and beyond the service-level agreements that it provides on its site. Many customers are happy with the app. There were no bugs or issues seen during this review. The app is designed in a clean, but no-frills makeup with a white background, black text and blue highlights and banners.
There are many different pricing plans for the SendGrid app. They vary from a standard lite plan of $.10 per thousand emails to a custom plan which is negotiated based on a business' needs.
SendGrid is a web app that IT Managers of any company may want to consider- particularly those of companies who do not have or are looking to do away with managing their own servers or keeping them onsite.