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Welcome to Messente!

- 5 MIN READ - 24 Aug 2010

Welcome to Messente - a brand new group SMS messaging platform that enters public beta today.

Messente is a tool which we created using the know-how gathered over the past 9 years. We started providing group SMS sending services at Mobi back in 2001 when mobile marketing and other types of mobile services were only starting to take off. 

A little bit of history

Our first web based messaging tool was used by advertising agencies, store chains, media companies and other partners who valued time-critical message sending and a simple, clean interface to do it.

We have improved our messaging tools over the years based on the comments and feedback of hundreds of companies and of course the people in our team who have used it every single day. At the same time, when we set out to develop a new messenger, we asked ourselves: “if group SMS messaging was invented today, how would it feel like?”.

Best solution to all the questions

Messente, we believe, is very close to the answer to that question – a platform which might very well be the best messaging tool in the universe, right now. We have designed it to comply with the needs of our  most demanding partners – the connoisseurs of web tools if you will –  and we aim to make it truly remarkable in terms of user interface, speed and messaging quality.

Performance & functionality

Seamless performance is not everything though. We also have some brand new functionality in mind that will be added as we go along – stay tuned!

As you can see, Messente is already tool we love to use ourselves. Check it out and tell us what you think, as well as where we can improve!

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.

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