Integration with Oracle Responsys.  

Here we'll cover some features that are included in BriteVerify’s integration with Oracle Responsys. This will illustrate the 2 methods on how you may remove the invalid emails:

Direct Data Onboarding, which allows you to import an email list into Oracle Responsys.

Data Migration, which allows you to import data from an ESP into Oracle Responsys. 


In addition to this walkthrough, you can also watch step-by-step video guide below.


Please Note that for your first verification, you will need to enter your Oracle Responsys login credentials for authentication.

Direct Data Onboarding

You can instantly and safely onboard new lists into Oracle Responsys right from the BriteVerify app.

First, save your Oracle Responsys list down to your Desktop or other location on your computer.  After this is completed, simply upload your list into BriteVerify by either dragging the prepped file in or by importing the list by clicking on “Import List” button.

Choose either the drag & drop method...

Choose either the drag & drop method...

Or the file import method.

Or the file import method.

 

Once the file is uploaded and prepped, click the “Begin Verification” button. At this stage, a small window displays the estimated cost of the uploaded file based on the total number of emails, as well as an option for where the output file can be transferred.

 

Select “Export to Oracle Responsys” as the destination here and then specify the folder that the data should be appended to using the dropdown.

Select the export destination

Select the export destination

Select the list you would like to export to

Select the list you would like to export to

 

Another user input required at this stage is to determine if “risky” emails should be eliminated from the final list. “Risky” emails include “Unknown” and “Accept_all” category emails and are preferred to be removed as they can dilute a marketing campaign’s overall performance. Simply “enable” the radio button to remove the risky emails from your list.

 

Click on “Let’s Get Started” to begin the verification process. Once the file has been verified, you’ll be able to note the total number of emails that were exported to Oracle Responsys on the verified file’s report card.

the number of records imported is displayed here

the number of records imported is displayed here

You can view your full results by clicking here

You can view your full results by clicking here

 

By clicking the small arrow on the top of the report card, you may view a more detailed breakdown of the file and also have the option of downloading the “full” verified file results. 

 

At this point, the verified or “safe” list has already been exported to Oracle Responsys automatically which you may view by simply selecting the “view list” option.

 

Other download options include: 

The “invalid” report, which shows you ONLY the invalid emails.

The “safe to mail” report, which shows you the emails BriteVerify determines are safe for mailing.

Data Migration

The second method for data verification for our Oracle Responsys clients allows for the migration of data between the ESPs that we’ve integrated with - such as from Mailchimp to Oracle Responsys.

Select the ESP from which you would like to import from the dropdown menu

Select the ESP from which you would like to import from the dropdown menu

 

The options here are similar to the previous method outlined like displaying a price estimate, removing “Risky” emails, and adding a unique list name upon transfer.

The import from esp modal

The import from esp modal

 

In this example, we’ll import a list from Mailchimp and export it to Oracle Responsys. First, we’ll specify a list name for it to be appended to so it can easily be identified once it’s migrated.

Select the export destination

Select the export destination

Select the export list

Select the export list

 

After clicking the “Let’s get started” button; “Invalid” and “Risky” emails are removed and the verified emails are “imported” into Oracle Responsys as you can view here.