Bulletin to Discuss Global SMS Landscape at International Telecoms Week (ITW) 2015

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VP of Business Development, Michael Messner, to Participate on the Panel: “The International SMS Landscape: Different Business Models, Services, Regulation and Challenges”

 

SAN DIEGO, CA, USA – April 30, 2015Bulletin.net, a leading provider of cloud-based mobile messaging Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), today announces that its Vice President of Business Development, Michael Messner, will participate on the International Telecoms Week (ITW) 2015 SMS Workshop panel: “The International SMS Landscape: Different Business Models, Services, Regulation and Challenges”, taking place Wednesday, May 13 at 9:30 AM in the Swissôtel Chicago’s Swiss Tower, Gold Level, Alpine 2.

 

During this panel, Mr. Messner will [...]

Smart Messaging: Integrated SMS and OTT

Originally posted by Portio Research

 

Closeup of using modern mobile phone with email icons around it.Guest Post, courtesy of Bulletin.net: Lately, there’s been plenty of buzz in the mobile messaging industry about the “death of Short Message Service (SMS)” due to the growing proliferation of OTT (Over-The-Top) messaging. While it’s true that OTT is rapidly gaining market share as peer-to-peer SMS approaches what is believed to be its ultimate peak, the ultimate “death of SMS” is not even on the horizon. SMS, or Short Message Service, and OTT messaging, are designed in such a way that they can work in [...]

Don’t send another email until you read this

marketwatchDid you know that most Fortune 1000 corporations now spend approximately $5 million to $10 million annually on e-discovery, the process of collecting digital data when a company is being sued or investigated?  You’ve probably heard the term recently due to security-related controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton using her personal email to send messages regarding government business.  Today, companies can avoid the lawyer and preventative software fees altogether by turning to mobile messaging for their corporate communications.  Thanks to advances in encryption and highly secure wireless networks, mobile messaging is often more secure than email.  Read more on the topic in [...]

Johnson City Transit unveils text alerts for weather-related changes

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The transit system in Johnson City, TN is now utilizing text messaging to alert customers of changes and delays.  With over 1,700 people regularly using Johnson City Transit, it is critical for buses to consistently be on time. However, weather and other unforeseeable events can sometimes hinder transportation.  By making riders aware of these situations, Johnson City has found a simple, effective and affordable way to avoid confusion and save commuters precious time. http://www.wcyb.com/news/johnson-city-transit-unveils-text-alerts-for-weatherrelated-changes/31614396

What Types of Companies are Using SMS?

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While many of us use text messaging to communicate with friends and family, the latest developments in mobile messaging technology have allowed companies and organizations to harness the true power of this communication platform.  In her article, “What Types of Companies are Using SMS”, Jamie Tolentino explores the creative and effective ways SMS is being used for many business applications in sectors including travel and transportation, financial services, e-commerce and more.  Read more:  http://thenextweb.com/future-of-communications/2015/03/02/what-types-of-companies-are-using-sms/

Messenger Update – November 2014

This release focused on making our solution even more customisable by adding additional homepage options, available for everyone.

Bulletin Messenger already lets you decide your homepage. Now on top of  ‘Inbox’ or ‘All messages’  you can also set the ‘Chat’ or ‘Compose’ page as your default homepage after you login.

We know time matters and are always striving to make the product as efficient and perfect as possible.

Messenger Update – September 2014

This release of the Messenger service focuses on allowing your customers to automatically Opt into your Bulletin Messenger Address Books, adding the ability to drag and drop your contacts list directly onto the message compose page and personlising your messages with Avatars.

Along with this, as always, we have made many tweaks and alterations behind the scenes to optomise and improve the reliability and performance of our service to ensure you have the best possible experience.

 

Introducing Opt in to your Address Books

This useful addition to Messenger means your customers can send a SMS keyword of your choosing to one of your company’s short codes and AUTOMATICALLY be added to an [...]

7 Free Mobile Apps No Startup Can Live Without

In the wide world of startups, mobile is all the rage. These techies and entrepreneurs are all about what’s new, innovative, and business savvy.

It’s crucial for startups to reduce their, seemingly endless, daily work loads by streamlining processes and automating, well, just about everything. Here’s our list of 7 brilliant (and free!) mobile apps almost guaranteed to cut any startups to-do list in half:

1) Evernote

Meet the king of productivity apps. Evernote is the perfect tool for managing to-do lists and keeping research, notes, reminders, photos, and more in one easy to use, easy to navigate app. Evernote makes it effortless to remember [...]

21 Years Later, SMS Still Dominant

 

Recently, a blog article titled “The Challenges and Future of SMS Technology” was posted. This article argued that “even 21 years after its invention, sending an SMS is hard.” The challenges discussed throughout the article focus on business challenges in regards to text messaging, spam, and more.

But is this true? Is sending a text message hard, even for businesses? Not anymore.

In a recent article for Wired, John Lauer, CEO of ZipWhip, gives us his take on SMS today:

“The text message is and will remain the most ubiquitous medium for messaging. There [...]

5 Incredible Mobile Breakthroughs of 2013

2013 was the year of innovative mobile technology. Twenty years ago, we used our mobile devices primarily for calling and, really, not much else. Today, our mobile devices help run our entire lives and without them we would be lost. We book appointments through our devices, navigate directions to our favorite hotspots, calculate tips at restaurants, and take shameless “selfies” in public to send to our friends. Some of us are even get caught carrying on conversations with our mobile device, through our favorite travel companion, Siri. There’s no arguing that mobile is a huge part of our lives, and it’s only getting bigger.

With 2013 behind us, many are [...]

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