Integrations, Implementations, & Migrations are Hard

What’s more, vendors routinely downplay the complexity and project managers often fail to grasp the time and energy required to get this crucial step right. Here’s the bottom-line: on-time, accurate integration, migration, and implementation is paramount and as such, we’ve spent time developing a proven process for importing and setting up 3+ years of your historical data and migrating you to our email platform called WARP10Ⓡ.

WARP10 Consists of Three Components:


& Accountability

Improve Your Email Program’s Rate of Delivery

During the entire onboarding process, you’ll have complete visibility into project progression and completion via a third-party project management software. This allows you to see where you are in the process, and who is accountable for each step.


Onboarding Team

The Right Team to Keep Things On Track

During onboarding you’ll be assigned a dedicated project manager and onboarding specialist who oversees the rigorous process and is supported by our engineering team. If you’re also migrating your email marketing platform to WhatCounts, you’ll be assigned a Technical Account Manager and have access to our Delivery Services Team who will work with you on key initiatives, such as:


& Sign-Off

Because The Devil Is In The Details

We mark WARP10 complete only when we have final sign-off from you during the validation phase. We know that the devil-is-in-the-details and know where those details are. Bottom line: the job isn’t done until the data is right and we’ll work to make sure everything is hooked up correctly and reporting accurately.

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We’re happy to talk about your specific project

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