Facilitating network coverage for SMS messaging for carriers, tyntec has expanded coverage of its SMS network into the U.S., Canada, Brazil and other countries.
The company has years of SMS experience behind it and provides subscribers an improved range of routing options and worldwide redundancy, via its network of SMS partners (Deutsche Telekom (News - Alert), KPN and others).
They provide services such as dependable and scalable message delivery, service level agreement (SLA) reporting and advanced measurement analytics.
tyntec allows companies to combine SMS into the heart of their business. This may consist of duties such as carrying out marketing campaigns, interacting with customers, and time-critical alerts. The company provides SMS in a straightforward and dependable way.
The company’s Mobile Outbound SMS Service, also known as SMS-MT, provides text messages directly to mobile subscribers’ handsets.
“With our expanding footprint and ten-plus years powering many of the world’s largest SMS networks, our global network expansion and full SMS coverage into major markets such as the US, Canada and Brazil is a huge milestone for us,” said Thorsten Trapp, cofounder and CTO at tyntec. “These new markets underscore our ability to provide unique and easy connectivity to the complex mobile market, while offering even greater reliability and a range of new pricing options for our clients.”
Recently, the company appointed Steve Liddell as chief executive officer (CEO), effective November 19, 2012. According to the company, this new appointment of Liddell reflects the next phase of tyntec's growth. Liddell is an experienced executive in the technology and telecommunications field, and comes to the post held by long-time CEO Michael Kowalzik, who is leaving tyntec for personal reasons and on good terms.
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