SnapApp empowers marketers to create personalized interactive experiences that activate buyers, accelerates leads through the funnel, & unleashes growth.


222 Berkeley St, 8th Floor
Boston, MA 02116

Company Overview

SnapApp empowers marketers to create personalized interactive experiences that activate buyers, accelerates leads through the funnel, and unleashes growth. We do this by putting the buyer at the center of their strategies with content that creates a two-way, dynamic conversation vs. the static one-way information flow that comes from traditional content types.

With a simple, drag-and-drop interface, you don’t need to be a designer or developer to create a wide variety of content types across multiple channels. And robust integrations into top marketing automation tools let you collect information that improves marketing efforts and accelerate leads through the funnel.

Backed by Providence Equity Partners, SnapApp customers include Paycor, Cisco, CEB, Blackbaud, and Equifax.

We Put Our Customers First
Our customers are part of the Snapster family. Everything we do from the product to sales is about making them successful. They are our inspiration, and through our work, we hope to inspire them.

We Are One Team
We know the key to our success is creating a culture of unity. We work together, across departments, every day to share ideas openly, and learn from one another to build, market, sell, and support a great product that makes marketing better. It doesn't hurt that we hire great people.

We Are Open and Honest in Our Communication
Both physically, with our open-office environment, and psychologically, SnapApp believes in removing communication barriers so we're all on the same page.

We Aspire to Greatness
We never settle for less than our best effort and we work to inspire those we come in contact with to achieve greatness as well.

We Have Fun
From "Snappy Hour" and weekly company lunches to take-what-you-need PTO plan, we have fun! We take time to stop, relax, and have fun inside and outside of the office.




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