Singapore-based startup Dropmysite now goes beyond back-ups. In an announcement today, it says it will now offer a service for current Dropmyemail business users (a service which they also run) to analyze all e-mails within the company.
Running through all employee e-mails won’t be easy. E-mail Insights, its new feature, allows companies to interpret their corporate e-mails and convert them to valuable insights for the business.
What insights, and how can they be valuable, you ask? Companies can now ensure complete transparency in their e-mails. Managers will have the ability to track all official communications that go in and out of their company. This will help managers assess employee performance through the volume of e-mail correspondence versus performance, identify employees’ contacts (like sales leads that are valuable to the business), and search for specific conversations. It also provides graphs for an easier understanding of the company’s data.
John Fearon, CEO and Founder of Dropmysite is positive that E-mail Insights will be “a new value-added service” to companies.
We expect this to eventually be a billion-dollar opportunity that will interest top Fortune 500 companies in all industries.
But the company also underscores that this will be beneficial to companies that value data privacy, like financial institutions, government agencies, and educational organizations. Businesses can already try Email Insights and its corporate email backup service free for 30 days.
Just two months ago, Dropmysite has received funding from 500 startups. In the deal, they not only received cash, but are also now in the loop of 500Startups mentors and entrepreneurs.
Dropmysite also announced that they will roll out more features soon. In their pipeline are algorithms that will help administrators predict fraud, data leakage, employee quitting and dissatisfaction, and unauthorized access.