Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 2, 2010
IVR Technologies, Inc., a leading software developer of IP-based enhanced services, SIP trunking and real-time billing solutions, and Bulletin.net, a leading world renowned developer and supplier of products and services in the rapidly growing global market for messaging (SMS Text, IM, MMS and email) between computer or web applications and mobile phones or devices, have partnered to provide VoIP network operators with an integrated solution designed to drive revenue and subscriber loyalty while reducing operating costs.
VoIP network operators can now provide leading enhanced services that can be controlled via text messaging from any SMS enabled mobile phone or desktop computer. Supported operations in this initial integration include international callback, account balance updates, Class 5 feature management and voucher credit top-up. By providing subscribers with multiple modalities to manage their accounts, especially ones that can be performed from the palm of their hands, serves to empower the customer base and build subscriber loyalty while driving down administrative overhead and customer service burden for the next-generation service provider.
IVR Technologies' advanced software platform combines five traditionally separate network elements -- application, media, real-time billing, location/registration and Class 5 services -- into a single, tightly integrated server for SIP-based voice-over-IP networks. Talking SIP is designed to drive revenue to the network by providing intelligent and in-demand applications like SIP trunking, calling card, one-number locator, Class 4/5 switching, voice messaging, hosted PBX, hosted call center and callback that attract users and reduce turnover through innovative features, creative billing options, customizability and end-user empowerment.
Bulletin.net provides a global SMS Gateway which enables mobile messages to be delivered from anywhere to anywhere around the world. This connectivity to the mobile wireless network, which is operated through a series of business partnerships, provides their clients with a complete end-to-end mobile messaging service and worldwide coverage.
“Web-to-Mobile SMS text messaging is growing rapidly as an integral and critical part of any communication system,” said Bruce Herbert, President and COO of Bulletin.net Inc. “We are therefore delighted to be partnering with IVR to combine the superior performance of our SMS solutions with IVR’s powerful suite of voice services.”
“We are very excited to be partnering with Bulletin.net to allow our customers to leverage Bulletin.net’s hosted infrastructure to gain the international coverage, reach and resiliency they need to grow their subscriber base. This partnership allows service providers to integrate the next-generation services of Talking SIP with the non-smartphone market in a configuration that offers time-to-market advantage, zero CAPEX and nominal OPEX,” said Randall Walrond, VP of product development at IVR Technologies, Inc.
About IVR Technologies
IVR Technologies is an advanced software development company emerging as a leader in the SIP space for innovative, real-time SIP trunking, billing and enhanced services solutions. For more information, please contact: IVR Technologies, 555 West Fifth Street, 30th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90013; +1 866.856.0301 or visit http://www.ivr.com. Email: pr(at)ivr(dot)com.
Bulletin.net Inc is a world-renowned developer and supplier of web-to-mobile messaging software and services, including SMS Text Messaging, Email , IM and MMS. Services include a powerful and robust SMS Gateway and API to easily connect any web and software application to the global SMS network. Ready-to-use interfaces are available to enable clients to integrate SMS Text Messaging with their platforms and to improve operations of their own business. For more information, please contact: Randy Swisher at Bulletin.net Inc, 4445 Eastgate Mall, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92121; +1 858 430 0351 or visit http://www.bulletin.net Email: sales(at)bulletin(dot)net
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