Best practices shaping the sustainability and future of messaging
MEF’s Future of Messaging Programme brings together all stakeholders in the enterprise messaging ecosystem.
Founded in 2015, the global and self-funded programme aims to accelerate best practices by advocating self-regulation in order to limit fraudulent behaviours and supports its participants address market challenges through collaboration and leverage new business opportunities.
- Working Groups for RCS, Fraud and Security
- Trust in Enterprise Messaging Service and A2P Code of Conduct
- Proof of Concept SMS SenderID Protection Registry
- Fraud Framework
- Best Practice Guidelines
- Regulatory updates
- Analyst briefings and market forecasts
- Webinars & workshops
Market Development Workstream
The goal is to help programme participants navigate changes in the enterprise messaging ecosystem be they commercial, technical or regulatory.
It promotes new use cases for enterprise messaging and supports the development of new business models, products and services with the shared goal to build a premium and trusted channel with sustained growth.
Fraud Management Workstream
A series of working groups are dedicated to promoting, sharing and developing mechanisms to limit fraudulent practices across the messaging ecosystem tackling the different fraud types affecting enterprise messaging value chain including Consumer and Network fraud. The Working Group has collaborated to agree best practices to limit fraud and in 2018 launched the A2P SMS Code of Conduct which aims to protect consumers and demonstrate ethical responsibility while maximising value to all companies in the messaging ecosystem.
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