Sinch brings businesses and people closer with tools enabling personal engagement. Its leading cloud communications platform lets businesses reach every mobile phone on the planet, in seconds or less, through mobile messaging, voice and video. Sinch is a trusted software provider to mobile operators, and its platform powers business-critical communications for many of the world’s largest companies. Sinch has been profitable and fast-growing since its foundation in 2008. It is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a local presence in more than 30 countries.
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Why global enterprise messaging is a Sinch – MEFTV talked to Robert Gerstmann, chief evangelist and co-founder, during MWC19 about CLX Communication’s rebrand to Sinch.
The new identity integrates all the products and services that were previously marketed under the CLX, Symsoft, Sinch, and Vehicle brands within a single new offering, designed to redefine how enterprises engage and interact with their customers.
A third of businesses are ready to use Rich Communications Services (RCS) messaging, a quarter are already using chat bots and 23% indicate that their use of two-way (actionable) SMS has increased. That’s according to Ovum’s Enterprise Messaging Survey, developed in partnership with CLX and Symsoft.
The report, which explores the rapidly evolving business-to-consumer communications market, provides a clear indication that brands and businesses are ready to embrace richer, more immersive and interactive messaging formats.
The EU’s general data protection regulation (GDPR), is just under one year away and expands the rights of EU citizens around privacy and protection of personal data.
Among other things, it requires that companies maintain adequate data records, disclose data breaches and increase opt-out options. Heavy fines are on the table for companies that do not comply.
We asked MEF members and experts the wider mobile, legal and data industries to give us their thoughts on GDPR readiness, the implications for consumer privacy and whether or not they view the forthcoming legislation as an opportunity. Here’s what they said…
Just a few days before Mobile World Congress, Google announced plans to integrate RCS messaging in to new Android handsets. 27 mobile carriers and OEMs have agreed to make it their default-messaging app so that the newly christened ‘Android Messages’ will become a native feature of Android devices going forward.
Here, MEF member, Robert Gerstmann, MD for CLX Communications discusses the significance of the Google RCS announcement.
The mobile messaging space has been bumpy in the last few years. But Sweden’s CLX prospered throughout. And it did so without a euro of outside funding. CLX MD Robert Gerstmann told Tim Green about rise of CLX and its plans for the next phase of mobile messaging…