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6 February 2018
ikeGPS announces that it has launched updates to the Spike Cloud, which includes the introduction of a new Pro Plan offering with premium features.
The below letter was sent by ikeGPS Chief Executive Officer, Glenn Milnes, regarding the announcement:
I’m excited to announce that today we launched the Spike Cloud Pro Plan, which includes new premium features. The Pro Plan is an optional paid upgrade available to any Spike user who creates a Spike Cloud account, and includes premium features such as:
These features were designed with feedback from users, and were developed to deliver even more time-savings and workflow improvements. This is just the start of many new premium features that we will continue adding to the Spike Cloud.
If you do not yet have a Spike Cloud account, I would like to invite you to sign up today. As a Spike customer, you automatically receive a Basic Plan, which is no additional cost. If you are interested in trying the new premium features, you can enroll in a free 30-day trial of the Pro Plan.
Learn more about the Pro Plan and premium features here on our website.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact our customer support team at: email@example.com or +1 844 445 3477 ext 3.
Chief Executive Officer, ikeGPS
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