txtsignal Joins Common Short Code Administration's list of Top 50 Application Providers
Released on: April 16, 2015, 3:28 am
Gainesville, FL, April 16, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- txtsignal.com, created by a Gainesville, Fla.-based company, has been added to the Common Short Code Administration’s list of the Top 50 Application Providers. Founder Matt Donovan said, "It is a real honor to be named one of the top providers of mobile messaging in the United States. It's also a testament to the work our team has done in making an easy-to-use platform while maintaining a high level of compliance with industry standards and regulations."
The Common Short Code Administration (CSCA) is an organization which distributes and maintains a database of common short codes, which are numbers used to address wireless messages. They also aggregate a list of suggested partner companies to help users set up their mobile campaigns. The CSCA is careful only to include application providers which it recognizes as having, “proven experience and capabilities.”
Donovan continues, "As a proven product, it’s important to note that of the millions and millions of messages sent and of all the keywords issued through our services, we have very few compliance flags. It's a real testament to our capabilities to create high performing shortcode systems with limited exposure for compliance costs.
While this achievement primarily relates to txtsignal.com, the commercially-available product, the new partnership also highlights txtsignal’s proven background in SMS messaging. As a firm, the team at txtsignal.com also provides: SMS business strategy; shortcode management; shortcode compliance & monitoring; and, custom SMS integrations.
Established in 2005, txtsignal was one of the first group text messaging platforms on the market. The tool allows businesses of any scale to simply and efficiently communicate with its audience through the use of unlimited groups, message scheduling capability, and keyword text-to-join. Previously, txtsignal has enjoyed partnerships with universities, non-profits, churches, and professional sports organizations.
Learn more at: txtsignal.com, facebook.com/txtsignal, or twitter.com/txtsignal
Contact-Details: Matt Donovan