Titan achieves the highest rating of 4.8/5 in email software on G2, is awarded first position in Ease of Use and Customer Service
Titan has emerged as the highest-rated email software on G2 with a rating of 4.8/5, accelerating past products such as Microsoft Outlook and Google Workspace. Built specifically for professionals and small businesses, Titan was awarded the #1 position in Customer Service for Email in G2’s Summer 2022 Report. The platform also received top rankings for Ease of Use and Implementation. G2 is a globally recognized platform for peer-to-peer software reviews. Its Summer 2022 Reports of Best Software Products rank the world’s best software based on authentic reviews from real users.
Titan takes a new approach to email with a product that enables businesses to build deeper relationships with customers through its innovative tools and features. Titan’s customers mention the product’s aesthetics and the company’s philosophy of taking direct input from users to co-create the product as the most significant factors that contribute to their ratings.
“We invested in email as a category because we believe small businesses are underserved by expensive, overbuilt tools that have not innovated meaningfully in years”
“We invested in email as a category because we believe small businesses are underserved by expensive, overbuilt tools that have not innovated meaningfully in years,” explains Bhavin Turakhia, founder and CEO of Titan. “The recognition and the awards only validate our belief that we’re co-creating the future of email with our users.”
Titan has made deep investments in the Latin American market by building tools and functionality that local businesses find incredibly useful. Sales and marketing teams find features such as Read Receipts and Follow-Up Reminders useful in following up with clients and customers. Titan supports all major Latin American languages and is incredibly affordable compared to competing email products for businesses.
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