Messente avatar logo

Introducing Live Chat

- 5 MIN READ - 04 Feb 2014

This January, live support chat was added to Messente in order to make asking questions a breeze. We are really excited about this!

Whenever there’s something you want to ask us or you get stuck using Messente – just click on the orange window in the bottom right corner of the screen. Drop us your question and someone from our team will instantly see what you typed in and will assist you.

Live Chat really works

Recent studies (like the US Wireless Customer Care Study for example) claim that over 40% of US based customers use live chat windows as a primary support channel online. It’s just so much faster than e-mail and more convenient than a phone based support line.

Studies aside – we’re simply glad to be able to talk to you. Thanks to everyone who has already used our chat window to give us valuable feedback on Messente.

I hope the chat has proved to be helpful in getting your questions answered. If you haven’t tried it yet, feel free to just say hi :)

Jaanus Rõõmus

Jaanus Rõõmus - CTO

Jaanus is co-founder and CTO of Messente and makes sure its wheels keep spinning and Messente always has a full tank of fuel.

How we do it: Supporting a culture of growth

14 Nov 2017

Recently, I’ve had several discussions about company culture. And here’s a common question: How do you build a culture that supports growth and create a workplace that everyone’s happy being part of?

Lauri Kinkar

Lauri Kinkar

This is an opportunity. Take advantage of it.

07 Nov 2017

In today’s world, it feels like the technology changes faster than we can keep up. As technology becomes even more ingrained in our lives, it’s obvious, that for our own good, regulations need to evolve as well. And it’s extremely important that business owners and leaders understand new regulations to adapt in the best way possible.

Raili Liiva

Raili Liiva

Scrub customer databases and make SMS more effective

31 Oct 2017

It’s often that we are asked, “what is your average delivery rate in (fill in the blank) country?” People usually expect an answer like, “98%.” Yet cost efficiency and SMS conversion is more important than a percentage number; without context it doesn’t mean anything.

The more important question pertains to how delivery rates are calculated. Let’s point out that there are mobile operators in some countries that do not send delivery reports, or if they do, they are unreliable. Is the delivery rate statistic based on messages sent and the number of messages that received a “delivered" status? That is the most common and brutally simplified way to calculate delivery rate. First of all, in fact, it is best practice to start with clarifying whether or not the mobile number databases contain phone numbers that are deliverable.

Margus Sütt

Margus Sütt

Start sending messages to

for € N/A

Contact us