Textlocal work with a wide variety of computer and technology businesses. Size and sector specifics do not matter; any business in the IT sector as a whole that would benefit from direct, easy-to-understand internal or external communication has something to gain from the use of Textlocal’s service.
Uses range from fully coded API integration to the sending of accurate, real-time SMS alerts from websites, servers and CRM applications to PC repair specialists who send confirmation text messages to notify customers that their machine is fixed and ready to be collected.
Many businesses, particularly those with large corporate networks, or those with a big online presence, rely on some form of network monitoring. This keeps a permanent eye on the state of websites, servers or databases, and sends out automated alerts to staff – often by SMS – as soon as something goes wrong.
Needless to say, the usage of Textlocal’s comprehensive bulk SMS messaging services and infrastructure isn’t solely limited to the internal workings of a particular business in the IT sector; it also serves as ideal way to market said business; or stay in contact with existing customers. Customers can be sent alerts on when to update key software, along with links to relevant download areas; or receive up to date warnings of the latest cyber security risks, along with details of how to secure their systems.
The possibilities are endless; bulk SMS messaging is an ideal fit for the IT sector in a multitude of ways!
Simple coding with your network means that SMS alerts can be sent to the relevant people as soon as something goes wrong, or to confirm that everything is running smoothly.
Alert customers by text message when their machine is ready to be collected, reminding them of opening times and costs.
Attach a breakdown of repairs and costs as a link in a text message as a Word doc, PDF or PowerPoint.
The seamless integration of Textlocal mobile media services into JayBee has produced a most powerful product which will be of immense help to those who lose the ability to speak.
—Time is Ltd