Kaleyra is a global communications solutions provider that offers an extensive range of telecommunication services for banks, retail and e-commerce companies, and enterprises. Through a global platform, Kaleyra enables its customers to reach, engage and manage an integrated and multi-channel notification services such as messages, push notifications, emails, instant messaging and voice services. Our services help business connect and communicate with their customers increasing customer retention and satisfaction in an easy and effective manner.
Kaleyra started out in 1999 as Ubiquity, a small Italian company, based in Milan, catering exclusively to BFSIs. It quickly grew to be the largest communication service provider in the country. In 2016, Ubiquity acquired Solutions Infini India Pvt.Ltd., an India based company specialized in cloud communication services, taking the first step towards a global presence. Thereafter, Ubiquity rebranded to Kaleyra, consolidating their global reach. Since then, Kaleyra has grown to be one of the main players in its industry, with customers in over 30 countries, supported by 200+ employees based all over the world in Italy, India, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates and Singapore.
Our mission is very simple, which is to make customer communication between business and their customers uncomplicated by removing the technology barrier with our cutting edge communication platforms.
The mobile ecosystem has been central to many of the innovations and creative solutions that have emerged in the last few weeks: not just in communications in keeping us connected but also in the essential sharing of information, entertainment, education, business and finance all now commonly managed at home from mobile devices.
In 2016, Ubiquity and Solutions Infini merged to become one of the world’s largest enterprise communications providers. Now, they have re-branded as Kaleyra. The companies’ CEOs Dario Calogero and Aniketh Jain talked to MEF about their ambitious project.
Nine years ago, a Bangalore-based start up Solutions Infini won its first deal. It started to send SMS notifications to the customers of a local lighting company.
Ubiquity assesses the growing role of mobile marketing automation as their new white paper explores how the tech and digital transformation will disrupt relationships between customers and enterprises.
Estimates are constantly trending upwards: the marketing automation software market is set for for significant increases.
According to recent research from Grand View Research, the global market is forecast to reach a value of $ 7.63 billion by 2025. The benefits of adopting marketing automation tech have been proved to be fundamental: adopters save time, costs and resources, resulting in quality leads.
Messaging giant Ubiquity works closely with banks in its native Italy. But the company has ambitions beyond financial services. In this video from Money 20/20, MEF talked to Ubiquity’s VP of growth Daniel Mensi…
In the early part of the decade, Italian banks answered the call from customers to go mobile. They started to send notifications about transfers, account balances and so on direct to people’s phones.
In our 5 minutes with profiles, MEF members talk about their business, their aspirations for the future and the wider mobile industry. This week CEO Dario Calogero introduces Ubiquity.
Ubiquity Group is a global multi-channel messaging platform provider, focusing on ubiquitous communication for Large Enterprises, SME (small and medium-sized enterprises), and Developers, providing innovative solutions. Headquartered in Milan, Italy, the company has 184 professionals across Europe, India, and the Middle East, in 8 offices locations.