Mobile messaging, be it OTT or SMS, is growing at staggering rates. Juniper Research recently concluded that by 2019, 438 billion messages will be sent and received every single day. With significant trends toward OTT apps, mobile messaging is thriving within the enterprise sector, creating opportunities for enhanced productivity and simplicity when it comes to communication and connectivity. Read more about Juniper’s research in this Tech Times article: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/67352/20150709/438-billion-daily-volume-of-mobile-and-online-messages-by-2019.htm
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, 2015 – Bulletin.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 [...]
New API Provides Fast and Easy Way to Create an Added Layer of Security for Enterprise Applications
SAN DIEGO, CA, USA – April 15, 2015 – Bulletin.net, a leading provider of cloud-based mobile messaging Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), announced today the release of a new Mobile Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) Application Programming Interface (API) that enables enterprise customers to enhance security safeguards and user authentication access to web, IT or mobile applications for end-users located anywhere in the world.
Bulletin’s Mobile Two-Factor Authentication delivers a supplementary level of security [...]
Every year, mobile technologies have been pushing further to the forefront of enterprise priority lists. Now, with millennials beginning to enter into the business world, companies are placing an even greater focus on mobile. As a result, mobile trends like Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) authentication and Application-to-Person (A2P) text messaging are predicted to arise and proliferate in 2015. Read about these and more predicted mobile trends for 2015 in this RCR Wireless article: http://www.rcrwireless.com/20150113/opinion/2015-predictions-old-school-text-messaging-capabilities-bring-new-mobile-possibilities-tag10
When it comes to using mobile messaging within a company, having a fast and convenient way to stay in touch can be invaluable – if selected and used properly. 75% of organizations demand return on investment on their mobile messaging initiatives in less than year. In order to make their investments count, however, enterprises must integrate a flexible mobile messaging platform that supports multiple use cases across business functions – instead of having a siloed and disjointed approach to mobile strategy. This article from Information Age explores how enterprises can improve [...]
Mobile messaging is quickly becoming adopted by many universities around the world to provide two-way communication between students and faculty in emergency situations. One of the latest universities to take advantage of this platform is the University of New Brunswick in Canada. In just a few short weeks, University officials will have a fast and simple way to alert students of any campus incident virtually instantly via text, email and more. Learn more about how U.N.B is using this new technology to keep their students and faculty safe from CTV Atlantic
Companies and organizations are finding new and effective ways to use mobile messaging to streamline business functions. One of the latest organizations to take advantage of this versatile platform is the Springfield-Greene County Library District, which now allows patrons to receive text message notices and alerts including due date reminders, pick–up / cancellation notices, and more. Thanks to the power of mobile messaging, communication for library [...]
Engaging staff is critical in a hospital environment in order to improve communication, generate trust and foster a positive culture among nurses and doctors alike. Having constant contact through mobile messaging leads to highly efficient communication that is critical in emergency situations, allowing staff to offer the highest level of care possible to each and every patient. In this article from American Nurse Today, Registered Nurse Candace Smith discusses the incredible benefits of using smartphones and mobile technology within a hospital setting. Read more http://www.americannursetoday.com/using-mobile-technology-engage-nursing-staff/.
Growing at astronomical rates, SMS messaging is projected to generate $1.5 trillion US dollars from 2003 to 2018. From humble beginnings roughly 22 years ago, SMS messaging has skyrocketed as one of the most widely used forms of communication around the world, leaving all other non-voice services in the dust. Karl Whitfield of Portio Research explores this phenomenon in his most recent article, proving that SMS is alive and well http://www.
With business becoming increasingly mobile thanks to cell phones and other wireless technology, it simply makes sense that text messaging become adopted into routine business communication tools. In a survey conducted by market research firm IDC, findings concluded that over the next 12 months, 14 percent of companies will use text messaging to communicate internally with business colleagues, 19 percent will use it to generate direct sales, and 23 percent will use it to promote their brand. To learn more about [...]