SenderOK ranks messages by sender and by recipient
A startup with a novel angle on email management is about to come out of stealth mode and launch a system that streamlines mail flow and adds a new dimension to the way email contacts are managed.
SenderOK said its approach solves the email overload problem by prioritising messages according to their sender importance. It will also sound an alert as a new important message arrives in a mail box.
It works by analysing the strength of relationships between senders and recipients and assigns each of them certain values so that it can sift email according to its rating.
By developing a work flow for incoming email all unimportant messages and spam remain unseen, the company’s chief said. “We solve the problem of email overload, information management, and spam” claimed Viktor Tatarov, SenderOK CEO.
The system uses a process of tagging to identify good emails as VIP, Important, or Routine. Similarly a sender can be assigned VIP status manually, or if they are known to the SenderOK network from other users’ messages and contact data a proprietary algorithm will flag the sender and message importance.
SenderOK was set up by the Ukrainian team of developers that was behind the Web CEO website marketing software, and the company now has offices in Kherson. It reckons its namesake service is the opposite of a spam filter. It will analyse email for any good messages that have been filtered and automatically restore them to the inbox in real time.
As well as streamlining email flows, SenderOK includes an online business card exchange. The online store of cards is automatically updated by the system as contacts change their phone number, email address, IM or other info.
Both services have just launched.