News : NewNet Adds SMS Blast to Nimblevox Cloud-based IVR Solutions
Lincoln, NB, USA, May 12, 2016 -- NewNet, a provider of cloud-based inbound and outbound communications solutions with Ringless voicemail, announced the general availability of its SMS Blast application within the Nimblevox cloud communications platform. This new Nimblevox offering provides an outbound text messaging and campaigning solution that takes advantage of the TeleMessage mass SMS delivery channel.
"TeleMessage provides a secure and reliable SMS messaging infrastructure that is ideal for messaging campaigns of all volumes," said Guy Levit, CEO for TeleMessage. "Integration with the Nimblevox cloud platform and service creation tool makes it easy to take advantage of the messaging channel for reminders, alerts, offers and more."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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NewNet Communication Technologies, LLC is a global provider of solutions for next generation mobile technology.
Providers of cloud communications, Hosted IVR, SMS Solution, drag and drop Service Creation Tool, and APIs.
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