Handwrytten, a Phoenix-based tech company, has invented robots to write handwritten notes at scale, and businesses can now subscribe and send a set number of handwritten notes per month with credits that carry over if notes don’t. are not used.
Four subscription levels are available and subscriptions renew every 30 days with credits carried over from month to month. Subscription options start at the Silver level, which included 10 cards per month, custom handwriting, and signature at $35 per month (a 10% discount). More active users can upgrade to Gold, Platinum or Diamond subscriptions which include 25, 50 or 100 cards per month respectively.
Handwrytten’s bots help businesses achieve higher open rates, response rates, and ROI than print or email messages. Handwritten notes have 7 to 21 times higher response rates than printed mail and can be used in almost any messaging situation.
“People understand the power of the personal note, but no one has the time to sit down and pick up a pen and write one down. That’s why we built a platform to automate the process of end to end,” said David Wachs, Founder and CEO of Handwrytten. “By leveraging state-of-the-art robotics technology, we are able to automate what seems impossible to automate. These notes have been proven to generate incredible and lasting results for our clients. »
The handwriting on handwritten notes is indistinguishable from real human handwriting. There are 30 handwriting styles to choose from, or users can upload their own handwriting and signature for a truly personalized style (available for a one-time fee). Users can choose from over 100 card designs or design their own card online.
The use of the Handwrytten service 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 through its API.
For more information, visit handwrytten.com or download the Handwyrtten app for iPhone and Android.