SMS Aggregator rush for Smartbridge Services

Boston, Massachusetts, 28th September 2018 -Application-to-Person (A2P) SMS is an innovative technology that has gained much prominence in recent years. Rapid growth in the e-commerce industry, the availability of low-cost smartphones, the growing penetration of the Internet, and the resultant rise in a cloud and web-enabled services such as mobile payments and mobile banking have been aiding the adoption of A2P SMSs in a number of sectors and applications. The further proliferation of mobile payments, mobile banking, and mobile health services, among others, is also expected to fuel the A2P SMS market during the forecast period. Smartbridge Trading Solutions has emerged as a leading player in the world market bridging the SMS Aggregators world over with their sales & relationship skills nurtured over last 15 years in similar role in Voice over IP (VOIP) Industry.

When asked about “What separates Smartbridge from other consulting entities /agency/carrier relation professionals and isn't it a bit too late for Smartbridge to venture in the International BULK/Wholesale sms business” , Mr. Pankaj Bhagchandani , CEO said “We've been very successful for over a decade in the Telecom (voice) business  and having managed relationship with over 1200 Voice carriers worldwide & being with the leaders, we believe in adopting the same  winning principles in the sms business in bringing a sustainable business growth .We've lately entered in SMS business and have  rapidly expanded our  business network to  150 aggregators, incumbent carriers in a span of  2 quarters” .Our services facilitates  in accelerating business performance for  all  small  , mid-sized sms aggregators to  prominent players in the  space  such as Twilio, MbloxNexmo, Plivo, OpenMarket, CLX, Clickatell, Tyntec,etc ." In this digital age the business stories no longer revolve around early entrants, but with fast movers and Smartbridge is poised to be one” 

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