Text Messaging Featured Articles

  • Court Appeals Stops Telcom Refunds for SMS Overcharge
    Text messaging services are widely used as a means of communication for millions of people in their day-to­day lives. This technology offers an easily accessible and cost effective solution for all users to chat, enquire and get feedback or acknowledgment, or even communicate with businesses. SMS is a highly efficient mode of two-way communication, in addition to being an effective tool for enterprise users' work activities.
    10/23/2014
  • Survey: Want to Improve the Appointment Process? Try Texting
    The process of scheduling an appointment for a visit to the doctor's office, or hair salon, or just about anywhere, is rarely an experience people enjoy. Calling the business might mean a quick answer from a receptionist followed by a long wait on hold, then comparing schedules to the office's and trying to find dates and times that line up. It can be time consuming, and even an ordeal for businesses with appointments booked far in advance, but it's a necessary fact of life.
    10/21/2014
  • Connected Farmer Alliance Set to Provide Help in Tanzania via SMS
    There are certain tools that are fairly universal in terms of farming. The tractor, for example, comes quickly to mind, as does the plow and irrigation systems. But one tool that's making some surprise inroads is the mobile device, and the Connected Farmer Alliance (CFA) is looking to bring this powerful new farming tool to farmers in Tanzania through text messaging.
    10/16/2014
  • Why Text Messaging is Great for the Enterprise
    The enterprise is now looking at the potential afforded with mobile messaging. Those teens that once developed thumb cramps are now writing core corporate strategy and executing on sales plans. It seems only natural to incorporate text messaging as a prominent communication channel.
    10/6/2014
  • As Its Business Potential Grows, Text Messaging Sees New Fees
    Text messaging is one of the most ubiquitous forms of communication today, but surprisingly it has taken businesses a while to catch on to the trend. Slowly but surely, marketing and customer service departments have begun to take advantage of texting, and now-as more recognize the vast potential-come new costs associated with SMS and MMS.
    10/6/2014
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