MWCBulletin exhibited at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this March, giving attendees a first look at its newly launched Mobile Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) solution as well as an opportunity to learn more about its flagship smart mobile messaging platform, Bulletin Messenger, as well as other premier offerings in its product suite. Bulletin announced the launch of its new Mobile 2FA Advanced Programming Interface (API) at the conference, showcasing to attendees how the solution provides a fast and easy way to create an added layer of security for enterprise applications.

Security is amongst the top priorities of enterprise organizations in today’s data-driven world. Bulletin’s Mobile 2FA solution goes beyond the traditional username and password login process, enhancing security safeguards and user authentication access to enterprise web, IT or mobile applications for end-users located anywhere in the world. The technology is not only highly effective against security breaches, but incredibly convenient and easy-to-use. Customers requesting access to applications are provided with a single pin number that is sent to the their mobile phones via Short Message Service (SMS). There is no need for the customer to purchase new equipment, remember additional passwords or provide biometric data.

Bulletin’s Messenger platform keeps individuals and organizations connected around the world instantaneously, powering internal team messaging and integrated chats within organizations, and offering a new tool for marketers to reach targeted audiences. The platform also features the latest OTT (instant messaging over TCP)-to-SMS technology, allowing users to receive critical messages even if they are not online and regardless of location or mobile device.

This year’s Mobile World Congress conference surpassed all projections, becoming the world’s biggest and most influential mobile event to date. The conference converged a record-breaking 93,000+ attendees from 200 countries, providing the world’s best venue for networking, new business opportunities and deal- making. Mobile World Congress also featured visionary keynote and thought-provoking panel discussions by inspiring speakers from consumer brands, mobile organizations, mobile operators and industries touched by the mobile market — including advertising, banking, health, entertainment and education. Bulletin was part of an exhibition of more than 2,000 companies displaying the cutting-edge products and technologies that define the future of mobile.

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