What drives us?
“At Paloma, our driving force is to develop products that makes a difference for you in your daily life and that you're really happy with. We also want our staff to really enjoy themselves and have fun together. And we want to do good in the community. To put it simply, we're passionate about doing good things!”
Camilla Carlgren, CEO
What can we offer you?
We have developed two web-based products, Magnet event planning software and Postman, and we hope that you will enjoy and benefit from them as much as our customers do.
What is Postman?
Postman is our tool for newsletters. Postman enables you to create attractive, marketable, and customised newsletters with ease. A bunch of smart functions let you take your email marketing to new levels. Postman helps you build relationships and increase customer conversion.
What difference can our products do for you?
We usually ask our existing customers the same question. The answer is partly that Magnet and Postman, simplify everyday life, saves time, and lower costs for them. But also that the tools helps the relationship between you and your customer to get tighter. In addition, many customers say that they see a steadily increasing conversion rate since they started using our products.
A little bit about us
At owner-managed Paloma, we take care of our customers side by side with our team of programmers, designers, and developers. We do this from scenic Hedemora in the Province of Dalarna in Sweden. Together with the best team – our customers – we continuously refine our products.
You might be wondering what's in it for you? Well! You simply get products that we fully control – from start to finish – with a support group that sits close to the development team. And we listen to our customers!
Lastly, a few figures we’re quite proud of ...
- We have over 2 000 customers
- Customer support satisfaction is a staggering 97 percent
- 9 out of 10 customers recommend us
- We launched the first version in 2002
- We are 10 employees …
- … 100 percent of whom recommend Paloma as a place to work