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Staying connected to your customers is more important than ever – Why text messaging is the best option

Tuesday, June 9, 2020
2:00pm ET | 11:00am PT

In difficult times like these, business's that are not actively communicating with their customer are at a much greater risk of revenue loss and/or worse, closing. With so many people working remotely, studies show that text messaging is the best way to stay connected to customers. However, the mobile carriers recently started cracking down on commercial or A2P (Application-to-Person) messaging traffic so getting business critical information to customers is not as easy as it used to be. Just being TCPA compliant and following CTIA guidelines does not guarantee your messages will get delivered to your customers.

What Attendees will learn:

  • How the mobile carriers are changing their acceptance of A2P messaging.
  • How to meet/maintain the everchanging regulatory compliance for commercial text messaging.
  • The best way to optimize message content for delivery and response.
  • Why it’s important to enable messaging on your primary local and Toll Free numbers.
  • How peering with teli can not only save you on messaging costs but also drive better deliverability.

Who should attend:

  • Communications resellers (VARs), VoIP/SMS Service Providers (CSPs), MSPs.
  • UCaaS and CPaaS platform developers.
  • Channel Partners, Agents and/or Affiliates.
  • Any business owner that needs to add text messaging to stay connected to their customers.


Scott Navratil
Chief Revenue Officer, teli


Erik Linask
Group Editorial Director, TMCnet

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