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SMS for enterprises in a global scale

- 5 MIN READ - 03 May 2013

In today’s increasingly connected world SMS has evolved from a conception to an enterprise necessity.

SMS text messaging has opened new opportunities for businesses by helping to stay in close touch with their customers globally. This simplicity have helped our clients to communicate directly with their customer groups on a very personal level without exceptions.

You can send SMS text messages in any language and connect with your customers in their own languages around the world. Unicode standard allows us to encode your SMS text from any European, Chinese, Japanese, Cyrillic, Arabic, Thai, Urdu, Hindi or other major language, living or dead, in the required character set and deliver the message to a handset.

Take an advantage of the opportunity to connect with your audience through a single SMS service interface – regardless of continent, country or mobile carrier – to extend your business reach and interact with the customers across globe.

Above all, SMS is universally the most reliable communication channel since any person with a mobile phone can receive a message. While enterprises are looking to expand their communication internationally, SMS text messaging is a seamless tool to reach mobile subscribers globally, including the ones without smartphones or without internet access. With approximately 6 billion mobile subscribers worldwide, the unrivaled global coverage extends to over 700 mobile carriers in over 200 countries and no other mobile messaging service offers the ubiquity of SMS with unparalleled reach, local expertise, quality as well as scalability, to support your business growth in a global scale.

Mārcis Jurisons

Mārcis Jurisons - COO

Marcis is the co-founder and CRO of Messente. He is also responsible for making sure that there is an alignment between company's revenue-related operations, including sales, growth and business development.

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