bulletin_logo_475x66-300x41When it comes to business communications, simplicity, speed and effectiveness are three factors that contribute to overall success.  With the growing popularity of mobile communication and text messaging over the last few decades, connectivity has reached an advanced level of innovation, enabling companies like Bulletin to provide highly efficient and effective mobile messaging solutions to generate virtually instant and reliable communication.

As mobile usage continues its upward trend, many businesses seek innovative and reliable ways to drive a system of immediate connectivity within their organizations, improving productivity and communication among employees and executives.  Bulletin recently announced the release of a new enhancement to its cloud-based mobile messaging Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, Bulletin Messenger.   The new feature encompasses the latest OTT-to-SMS technology and is called Messenger Chat.

Messenger Chat provides customers with an innovative approach to cross-functional communication within their organization, enabling immediate contact regardless of employee / end-user location or mobile device. This enables employees to receive critical communications and messages via text message, even if they are not online. Messenger Chat also provides status tracking information and links individual reply messages using Bulletin’s patented technology.  It is utilized by customers via the website, Android and iOS smartphone apps utilizing an easy-to-use and streamlined interface.

With its growing popularity and an open-rate of 98%, mobile messaging is replacing traditional e-mail in the global market.  A constantly evolving service, intra-company mobile messaging comes at low cost to consumers.  With the help of Bulletin Messenger and Messenger Chat, companies can now benefit from seamless connectivity to their employees as well as their customers  through an easy-to-use messaging platform.

To learn more about Bulletin Messenger and the new Messenger Chat feature, click here or visit www.bulletin.net.