Email Parser Customer Interview: Mauricio Chinemann

Parserr sat down with Mauricio Chinemann to discuss how he saves time using Parserr in his translation business and how email parsing helps him generally in his business. Mauricio tells us he saves more than 4 hours a week by simply parsing incoming emails into a task based system.

What do you do?

I run a translation and localization business which aims to help global companies, or companies that want to go global, to maximize its footprint on the region and be seen by clients and prospects as it wants to be seen. We localize consistently all company communications and texts leveraging the respective region cultural aspects to increase its impact and help it grow, lastly, increasing income and goodwill.

How long has your business been around?

I’m working on this for 3 years now.

How did you find Parserr?

After extensive research and analysis on internet about how I could make routine tasks automatic with low costs, considering we’re a small business yet, I came across Parserr and I saw an opportunity to filter most of emails we receive and extract only the important information for populating another application, which gives me an optimized overview of all my finished tasks, ongoing tasks and pending tasks.

What do you use Parserr for?

I use it to filter most of emails we receive and extract only the important information for populating another application, which gives me an optimized overview of all my finished tasks, ongoing tasks and pending tasks. I found out Parserr has a great user interface and Is pretty simple to use. All documentation is great and guide you through the process seamlessly.

How many hours a day/week/month do you save through the use of Parserr?

In my case, it’s saves countless hours of working, and eliminates boring and repetitive tasks of the process and leaving me to focus on more strategical and thoughtful tasks for growing the business, having the peace of mind to effectively work on managing the business, which makes a huge difference.

Do you use any 3rd party integrations with Parserr? (Zapier/Flow)

Yes, I use Flow to integrate with several other applications and I intend to keep researching and creating other ways to automatize tasks and make management more important and effective.

Once your data is parsed, do you “push” your data to another system? If so, which one?

Yes. Currently I’m pushing it to Excel to have sort of an organized record of all projects we handle, to a CRM software to be able to manage each client’s last contact, contact and project volume, share in our income, etc. and act accordingly in terms of marketing and relationship management, to a task management application so I can have all pending tasks listed with deadlines, owners and reminders set for me and all the team, and lastly to a specific localization business management application, which I’ve had to improvise to make it happen since it doesn’t have integration with Flow or Zapier.