Mobile Messaging for Enterprises, from Infinite Convergence
Infinite Convergence (News - Alert) Solutions has launched its Enterprise Messaging Service, and they expect it to be a game-changer. This new cloud-based messaging service provides enterprises with reliable and secure mobile messaging, allowing them to connect with employees and partners across the world.
The Enterprise Messaging Service (EMS) is built on Infinite Convergence’s carrier-grade messaging platform, featuring global reach, delivery assurance, end-to-end secure delivery and more.
It provides enterprise messaging capabilities that can be customized for a variety of industries, allowing enterprises of all kinds to use it for their important communications.
EMS can be integrated with existing business applications and IT infrastructures, thanks to its API-based approach. With mobile subscribers in over 180 countries, it can still provide messages reliably no matter where they’re sent and received from, so global organizations can communicate without fear.
“In today’s mobile world, it’s necessary for enterprises to establish close connections with their clients,” said Anurag Lal, CEO at Infinite Convergence Solutions. “Text and multimedia messaging continues to be the most ubiquitous form of communication across the globe. EMS enables organizations to engage with their customers, employees and business partners in the most effective and compelling way.”
This is certainly a useful service for enterprises that need to securely exchange information over long distances, keeping communications both clear and secure. Infinite Convergence has a record of success, with 130 million subscribers enjoying its carrier-grade messaging platform, which EMS improves upon.
For enterprises in need of secure and reliable mobile messaging, this is a great option.
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Edited by Braden Becker