Quinn Jalli Joins Epsilon As Vice President of Deliverability and ISP Relations
Digital Marketing Veteran Brings Over Ten Years of Experience to Epsilon
DALLAS, TX - Epsilon, a leading multichannel marketing services firm, today announced that Quinn Jalli has joined as Vice President, Deliverability and ISP Relations.
“As the world’s largest permission-based email marketer sending over forty billion emails per year on behalf of clients, Epsilon takes great pride in high deliverability rates, strong overall performance and exceptional client service,” said Andrew Frawley, President of Marketing Technology. “For over four decades Epsilon has supported the biggest global brands and connected marketers with customers around the world. Talented and experienced industry leaders like Quinn will enable Epsilon to continue to innovate and lead the digital marketing industry for the next forty years"
Mr. Jalli and his team will work to establish and refine processes that ensure optimal delivery of clients’ email marketing programs to their customers. He will represent Epsilon and continue to play an active role in deliverability industry groups and email coalitions. Mr. Jalli will also be involved in privacy and compliance matters.
According to Mr. Jalli, “The challenges facing email marketers are complex and today’s marketer may not fully grasp the implications of regulations and privacy requirements. My goal is to ensure that Epsilon’s vast client base enjoys the unparalleled ability to directly reach their consumers, while maintaining the utmost level of privacy and respect.”
Mr. Jalli joins Epsilon from Datran Media where he served as Chief Privacy Officer and SVP of List Management. Prior to that, he worked at Digital Impact (now Acxiom Digital) as the head of both privacy and ISP relations, where he spearheaded efforts to establish industry-leading deliverability rates. Mr. Jalli has played a key role in the formative process of CAN-SPAM, working with Congressional members and the FTC on the law and regulations. In 2004 he organized a cross-industry anti-phishing conference that brought brand name companies together with ISPs to address what was then a new threat to online enterprises and financial institutions.
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