Formation has launched their web-based text and media messaging system, specifically designed for the Telecoms Reseller market. The system, called txt4ever, is easy to use and can quickly deliver multiple text messages, pictures as well as sound or video files to support a wide range of marketing and communications activities.
To mark the launch, Formation is taking the unusual step of offering the system free to resellers. Resellers can then easily add their own branding, set up customer accounts and manage the message price – features that are not available in other text messaging systems.
Formation Managing Director Mark Brill explained “txt4ever was developed with the telecoms reseller in mind following research and consultation with resellers and businesses. It offers fantastic opportunities for telecommunication resellers to offer new products and value added services to their existing clients.”
With over 70% of mobile phone users sending text messages, text messaging is no longer simply a communication tool for teenagers. Businesses are increasingly turning to SMS for efficient, cost-effective marketing and txt4ever will allow companies to instantly communicate with customers, informing them of developments such as new products, discounts and special offers.
A fully functioning System Administrator enables the reseller to set up accounts and whole customer bases can be directly imported. The system will automatically send a report of texts used, so billing is simple and accurate.
Resellers can offer their customers a powerful text and media messaging system to aid any business or organisation with staff and customer contact, emergencies and business continuity, marketing and promotions as well as appointment reminders. Formation’s truly unique feature is that the basic console will be offered free to resellers.
Mark Brill added “since over 95% of text messages are delivered within 10 seconds, SMS is considered to be one of the most efficient technologies for promoting businesses. We developed this system for businesses to work smarter not harder.”