Customers are barraged by more messaging in more ways than ever before, from email and text messages to tweets, Facebook, and Slack. While most communication is now considered noise, handwritten notes consistently cut through the clutter and get noticed. The problem with handwritten notes has always been the time it takes to write them. Handwrytten, a Phoenix-based technology firm, has solved this problem by inventing robots to do the writing at scale. Handwrytten’s robots help businesses cut through the noise and achieve greater open rates, response rates and ROI than printed or email messages, at a scale that was previously impossible.
Handwritten notes have response rates 7-21 times greater than printed mail and can be used in nearly every messaging situation.
“People understand the power of the personal note, but nobody has the time to sit down and actually pick up a pen and write one. This is why we built a platform to automate the process from end to end,” said David Wachs, founder and CEO of Handwrytten. “By leveraging cutting edge robotic technology, we are able to automate what is seemingly impossible to automate. These notes have been proven to drive incredible and lasting results for our clients.”
The handwriting on Handwrytten notes is indistinguishable from real human handwriting. There are 23 handwriting styles to choose from, or users can upload their own handwriting and signature for a truly personalized style (available with a one-time fee). Users can select from more than 100 card designs or design their own online.
Relationships with customers can be further fostered by including business cards or gift cards to over 20 popular brands, including Starbucks, Home Depot, Amazon, VISA and more.
Using the Handwrytten service is simple and can be fully automated. Contact lists can be uploaded to send hundreds of notes at once. Thanking customers, remembering birthdays, anniversaries and other special events with a thoughtful and personal message has never been easier. Handwrytten can be integrated with Salesforce, Zapier, Integromat and other services via its API.
Pricing starts at just $3.25 to send one Handwrytten note, with discounts for bulk orders and subscriptions. For more information, visit handwrytten.com or download the Handwyrtten app for iPhone and Android.
Handwrytten was formed in 2014 to reignite the art of handwritten correspondence. Handwrytten is used by clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to small retailers and consumers, Handwrytten is the global leader in handwritten notes. For more information, visit handwrytten.com.